- Tshepi recently guest-starred on the YouTube podcast On The Table where she and a panel of ladies discussed the 'SBWL' trend
- The ladies alluded that they believe that ladies who use the term are broke and one went as far as warning men to stay away from them
- Being the most known person on the panel, Vundla seems to be catching the heat the most with tweeps calling her out on her words
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After making a comment about women who supposedly need men to do things for them, Tshepi Vundla found herself dodging bullets on the Twitter streets.
The well-known personality was on a YouTube podcast called On The Table where she engaged in a conversation with the host Tshepi Mabs and two other women, namely DJ Black Velvet and church girl and the ghost lady.
ZALebs reports that among the topics discussed was that of women who comment or post "SBWL" ("sayibaweli", which means to crave in Xhosa). Tshepi called these women out and claimed they want these extravagant things from men and should focus on doing it themselves.
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"Where are your parents, can't you buy these things for yourself, but you expect men to do these things for you"
After her words, Tshepi was called out for supposedly holding down her relationship with JR financially since he is no longer making music, reports Opera News. When the clips circulated on Twitter, one thing tweeps could agree on was that bashing women is not the colour of the season.
Tshepi became the biggest target for the backlash given she is the only recognisable individual on the panel.
One user even went as far as calling her out for being a part of the trend too.
Tshepi Vundla biography: Age, boyfriend, baby, sister, parents and pictures
Briefly News previously reported that Tshepi Vundla was born in the month of December 1990 in Johannesburg. She spent her early years and childhood in Johannesburg, South Africa. The model who is also a personal shopper, fashion stylist and wardrobe designer, is one of the few personalities who are interesting to follow.
Tshepi Vundla is not just a cute face and a great body. There is a lot about her including family, friends, and work. The following is a detailed biography of the different aspects of her life that you will definitely find interesting.
Tshepi Vundla biography
She will be turned 30 in December 2020. She may not have disclosed details about her parents but one thing is clear, they are fashion lovers. Both Tshepi Vundla's dad and mum are keen about their sense of style.
This can be deduced from her constant reference to them as her inspiration for her love of fashion and style. She insinuated in an Instagram post that Tshepi Vundla parents love fashion and design, which is why they are always shopping.