Mshoza posted a video warning potential suitors not to bother texting her if they have less than a million Rand in their bank accounts, and it went viral.
Mshoza took to Twitter to ask men to “check” themselves before they thought about proposing love or a relationship to her.
In the video, Mshoza explained that her naked body alone was worth half a million, and anyone who intended to ask her out needed to know she was expecting to be treated like the expensive queen she is.
She first said: “Guys, with all respect guys. Don’t just randomly ask people out without first checking if they are on the same standard.
“You can’t come to me honestly and expect that you will give me R5 000 as a girlfriend allowance. I mean, my monthly face cream alone is R6 000. So you can’t think that you are going to walk around telling people that I’m your woman when you give me R5 000. No. Please think about it,” she added.
The result of her tweet saw Mshoza topping the trending list and the reactions from tweeps were golden. Take a look below at some of the hilarious memes doing the rounds:
Three weeks ago, Briefly.co.za reported that as a veteran in the music industry, Mshoza knows exactly what happens behind the scenes. She recently called on women in the entertainment world to support each other rather than showing hate.
South African Kwaito star, Mshoza, has been in the music industry for more than 20 years and knows all the good, bad and the ugly it holds. Mshoza is known for supporting fellow female artists and showing them love and is disappointed that there aren't more women doing the same.
The musician has noticed how fake young women can be towards each other, and how they trash-talk each other like it's nobody's business. She does not like this one bit.
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