TV host Gabisile Tshabalala blasts local celebs for living a lie

TV host Gabisile Tshabalala blasts local celebs for living a lie

The actress, singer and TV host, Gabisile Tshabalala took to Twitter to join fellow celeb Ntsiki Mazwai to blast local celebs for living a lie.

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Most Mzansi celebs portray they are living lavish lifestyles and their social media accounts are always full to the brim with happy days, expensive buys and lavish holidays. But is that really their reality?

Both Gabisile and Ntsiki believe that the lifestyle is a lie or fake and not really their realities.

After Ntsiki tweeted that she wished artists would come out and speak their real realites, Gabisile quickly responded with "Do you know how many lives we can change/inspire...n mxm manje we're living a lie ae."

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Gabisile believes that celebs shouldn't worship fame and fortune, show off to others or make everyone think their lives are perfect. Ntsiki agreed with her every word saying that people are not famous to serve themselves.

Take a look at the tweet thread below.

It looks like they want celebs to do more, be more active and help those less fortunate than themselves.

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Yesterday, Briefly.co.za reported that Ntsiki Mazwai did it again. The controversial star has made headlines for another one of her infamous outbursts. This time, Ntsiki had her say on black celebs emanating whiteness.

Just a couple days ago, Ntsiki took a stab Bonang Matheba. Ntsiki claimed to not know what B’s talents are and that she seems to be just a bunch of makeup and clothes. Briefly.co.za learnt that, after being tastefully ended by Bonang on social media, Ntsiki entered round two of her spat in an attempt to justify herself.

On Monday, Ntsiki took to social media and implied that Bonang is the issue, as "stars who emulate whiteness" need to change, not her.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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