- Manaka Ranaka has told trolls to leave the late Sfiso Ncwane’s widow, Ayanda alone
- Ayanda has been criticized for her actions since her husband’s passing
- Manaka felt it is unfair for society to tell the widow how to live her life
Ayanda Ncwane has come under fire for the way she has been living her life since her husband, gospel singer Sfiso Ncwane passed her way, but thankfully Manaka Ranaka has come to her aid.
The ‘Generations: Legacy’ actress has stepped in to tell everyone that then need to leave Sfiso’s widow alone and that she does not need to explain herself.
Ayanda’s name has been on the lips of many reporters and fans of the late-singer because of some of the choices she has made recently in both her personal life and for her business.
Sfiso was laid to rest two years ago, but many feel that it is still too soon for her to move on, but Manaka heavily disagrees.
Briefly.co.za learned that Ayanda came under fire after fans spotted a musician, who happens to be signed to the couple’s record label, wearing a tracksuit that was a trademark of Sfiso.
Fans jumped on her and accused her of giving away her late-husband’s clothes, she later denied this.
It was also rumoured that the same musician and Ayanda were dating, however he later spoke out against the gossip, stating that he and the widow were nothing more than friends.
Ayanda was also criticized for the way she was running the record label.
Fans believed that she was going to run the label into the ground because she seemed to invest all of her time and effort into one of the groups signed to the label.
They argued that the group that she is pushing, don’t measure up to the other talent under the labels name.
Fans want her to share the spotlight with some of the other artists in order to make the business more successful.
TimesLIVE reported that earlier this week, Manaka had enough of all the negativity aimed at Ayanda and took to social media to tell the trolls to leave her alone.
She also feels that there is no need for the public to tell the widow how she should be living her life.
The actress questioned why people felt the need to regulate and dictate the way Ayanda should live her life.
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