Popular TV show, 'No excuse, pay your Papgeld' has a new host, and he is very excited about the opportunity. However, not everyone is dusting off the welcome mat for Dr Malinga, as many feel he's not right for the job.
Moja Love's popular TV show, 'No excuse, pay your Papgeld', welcomed a new host, Dr Malinga, and he's eager to get started with his new job.
But not everyone shares his enthusiasm, and many people feel that he's not the right man for the job.
After the Briefly.co.za reported the news about Dr Malinga's newest gig, many readers took to Facebook to share how they feel about it.
The announcement got a clearly mixed response - his fans are excited to see him on their screens chasing after fathers who don't pay child support, but fans of the show aren't excited because they feel he's just not serious enough.
Here's what some Facebookers had to say:
Ndumiso Mathenjwa - My honest opinion they should have kept Moss he was gud and he did amazing job he gave the show a sparks
Mlungisi Sphethu Nkosi - mxm you let of Moss just for this childish old man,?????,,,,,
Ndlimi Thii - Papgeld is a serious emotional show! And malinga is too annoying for that show
Fezile PapaAbo Willem - some papgeld dodger will get kicked in the face with those dr Malinga moves
Modiehi Cindy Maboe - I don't hate Dr Malinga but why didn't they have two hosts then...they should have renewed Moss's contract...he was good
Thupture Otl Mothupi - it's time I pay papgeld before Dr malinga come and kick me
Thulani Mandisi - they must be aware of tha Linga kick
The musician is ready for this, despite the reaction from Mzansi. TimesLIVE reported that Dr Malinga said he cares most about the kids involved.
I'm ready for all kinds of emotions to pop up on this job because the matters we are dealing with are really emotional. I don't care about the parents' drama, I want the kids to win.
Only time will tell who was right and if Dr Malinga is the right person to host 'Papgeld'. In the meantime, seeing him do his thing will definitely be interesting.
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