Mzansi actress, Omuhle Gela, took to Twitter earlier today to lash out at people who think she needs a man to do things for her.
The actress’ recent vacation was so lavish that people started asking her who had “sponsored” her trip. Omuhle was not the slightest impressed, so she took to Twitter to slam inquisitive peeps.
She was really disappointed at how most people assume that women who spoil themselves with nice vacations, clothes and other things, have “blessers” or sponsors. Omuhle came out strong, saying she worls hard for her money and enjoys the fruit of her own labour.
She wrote: "Its so difficult to be a black woman in SA, I can’t even buy myself a bag without been asked ‘who got it for you’ , I can’t even take pics at the beach on a girls/family trip without the SAME Q, as if I don’t have a degree, and two PAYING jobs."
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Omuhle then explained that most of the time the questions seemed to imply that the lavish lifestyle actors live needs an external subsidy, as if they work for free. But she wasn’t tolerating that.
She then encourages tweeps to live their lives the way they see fit, as she explained, it is their life after fall and “each to his own”.
She also retweeted Cassper Nyovest's earlier post:
She has a point though!
A few months ago, Briefly.co.za reported that Mzansi did not take Omuhle Gela’s news about becoming a DJ too well. Going from an actress to a DJ, kante, why? People are of the belief that Omuhle is on some craycray train.
They just do not get why she feels this is a good move. It can’t even be a midlife crisis; she’s too young for that ish.
Omuhle feels sticks about all the shade that has been thrown on her DJ career. Actually, she had a little shade of her own to throw.
Briefly.co.za learnt that the sassy beaut decided to give a bit of an update on social media for those who thought they had better things to do than to keep up with her movements.
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