Article by Thando Khubeka
There's been more reaction to the latest issue of the You magazine in which celebrities had their hair photoshopped out of pictures as part of a cancer awareness campaign.
The publication asked five celebrities, including Lee-Anne Liebenberg, Sashi Naidoo and Poppy Ntshongwana, to show their support by appearing in the issue with no hair.
However, nobody actually shaved their head.
A woman who is a cancer survivor says she finds the campaign extremely offensive.
"Some people get more traumatised by losing their hair rather than being diagnosed with cancer."
A man says having beaten cancer, he thinks the campaign is disgusting.
You magazine editor Linda Pietersen says they wanted to find a way to promote cancer awareness without asking celebrities to chop off their locks.
"We wanted people to know that cancer touches everybody. We look at celebrities and think they have lovely lives, but cancer touches them too."