Mzansi social media users investigate DMF bachelor's Forbes claim

Mzansi social media users investigate DMF bachelor's Forbes claim

After last night’s episode of Date My Family, where the bachelor Rudolf Malaka, said he was featured in Forbes magazine., social media users couldn’t help but do their own digging to confirm his statement. Who needs the FBI when we have Mzansi Twitter?

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Rudolf bragged that he was in the popular publication, and made sure to mention it over and over again.

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The skeptical Mzansi audience decided to do an investigation to confirm if Rudolf had indeed earned these bragging rights – and it turns out that he has.

There’s never a dull moment in Mzansi!

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Social media users are always ready to either investigate a contestant or put them in their place for bad behaviour. Briefly.co.za previously reported that viewers were unimpressed about a bachelor named Jongikhaya's "controlling" ways. Jong’s date was one of the most hectic first dates that DMF viewers have ever witnessed. The 34-year-old bachelor came across as extremely insecure. He came onto the show looking for a decent lady, but his overbearing commands, were enough to drive anyone away.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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