Hlomla Dandala's fuming: Publically exposed his wife for cheating

Hlomla Dandala's fuming: Publically exposed his wife for cheating

Mzansi actor, Hlomla Dandala, took to social media this morning to expose his wife, Brenda, for cheating on him.

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Hlomla Dandala is one of Mzansi’s most-loved actors. He has starred in the iconic Jozi-H to today’s much loved telenovela hit, The River.

The actor doesn’t reveal much about his private life on social media, other than the fact that he loves being a dad.

But all that changed this morning when Hlomla took to Instagram to expose both his cheating wife and her lover. According to Hlomla’s post, the pair was caught having sexual intercourse when Hlomla and Brenda’s kids were in the house.

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But social media users, specially on Twitter, weren't kind in response to the news. They were ready to share their two cents' worth and make light of this situation.

It is believed that Hlomla hasn’t been the most faithful husband either, so fans weren’t on his side when the news broke.

Trolls seized the opportunity to clap back at the actor with memes, saying that he deserved what he got, and two can play that game.

So, Hlomla Dandala has had a public meltdown over his wife’s cheating. According to ZAlebs. This comes after Hlomla allegedly cheated on his ex-wife throughout her pregnancies and got a mistress pregnant too. But from his recent reaction, you can definitely see how heartbroken Hlomla really is.

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Meanwhile, a month ago, Briefly.co.za reported that former Western Cape premier Helen Zille has once again found herself at the centre of a Twitter controversy.

This time, Helen Zille got into a twar with actor Hlomla Dandala. During their exchanges, Zille suggested that "black privilege" meant "being able to loot a country and get re-elected".

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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