Is the i10 a feminine car? Mzansi Twitter comes down hard on Date My Family comment

Is the i10 a feminine car? Mzansi Twitter comes down hard on Date My Family comment

- Bachelor Leon said he drives a Hyundai i10

- A bachelorette and her representatives said this is a "feminine" car

- Mzansi Twitter disapproved of this comment

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During Sunday's episode of Date My Family, the bachelor, Leon, said he drives a Hyundai i10. One of the bachelorettes and her representatives immediately remarked that it's a "feminine" car.

However, Mzansi Twitter did not take kindly to the remark and viewers promptly raised their objections. Briefly.co.za compiles some of their reactions below.

It turned out the lady who asked the question didn't even have a driver's licence:

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Viewers also slammed ladies for being too judgemental and unappreciative of men's achievements or possessions:

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For some viewers, ladies need to check what they have first before commenting on what other people have:

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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