A social media user had accused Ntando Duma for rocking up at a voting station and snapping photos of herself but not actually voting, but Ntando soon put her to shame.
Many South African citizens, including celebs, took to social media to post snaps of their thumbs with the ink to say they had participated in the 2019 South African national elections.
The media personality, opted to share pics of herself posing outside a voting station on Twitter. However, one tweep who was also at the same voting station as Ntando saw her posting pics and decided to call Ntando out on the media platform for being there but not casting her vote.
A social media user, known as Ndivhuwo Tseli, retweeted Ntando's pics of her posing outside the voting station and wrote:
"She got to the voting station, took pics and said “Haa ngeke” after seeing the queue, turned Iback without voting... I saw her, I was there!"
But a few hours later, Ntando clapped back by posting snaps of her voting as well as her inked thumb and shut down all accusations against her.
"I’ve never been so happy and proud. #IamVotingEFF."
Take a look at her Ntando's tweet below:
That's one way to deal with social media trolls. Good for you, Ntando.
Two weeks ago, Briefly.co.za reported that actress Ntando Duma is on a lucky streak as she scored a new TV gig, this time her own show on MojaLove.
Between her return role on Rhythm City, emceeing major events and gigs and now a talk-show, she is running circles around the entertainment industry. Ntando took to her social media account, Twitter to be exact to announce the new gig.
Ntando, along with Gabisile Tshabalala and entertainment commentator, Phil Mphela, will present on the new show called Too Much Info (#TMI), which started on MojaLoveTV last Friday, 3 May.
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