In memes: tweeps will be glad to see Adelaide leave ‘The Queen’

In memes: tweeps will be glad to see Adelaide leave ‘The Queen’

Adelaide Maake has been slowly getting under Twitter’s skin and they have decided that now is her time to go.

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Initially tweeps loved the new addition to the show but as each episode passes, they have grown more and more irritated by her.

Briefly.co.za gathered that tweeps could not stand her booming voice and her snide comments.

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Fans were thrilled to find out that Adelaide will be played by Phemelo Motene, an acting veteran who has broken a 5-year hiatus from acting to play the role on ‘The Queen’.

Some fans of the show were excited to have a new addition to the story, while others weren’t too convinced.

Either way, tweeps could all agree that they thought Phemelo was killing the role.

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Although Twitter collectively agreed that Adelaide should have never been allowed to take over the beloved Boi’s Corner.

If things couldn’t get any worse, she decided to rename the restaurant to Adelaide’s Corner House.

Twitter has now drawn the line and is calling for Adelaide to be taken off the show for the way she treats her son, Thato. She constantly belittles him and tears him down.

Tweeps are really concerned about the effect her actions will have on her son and his self-esteem.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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