Zodwa Wabantu's recent comments on her TV show about gay people have left many feathers ruffled and sparked quite a debate. Moja Love has since taken some of the blame and apologised for what the entertainer said.
Zodwa Wabantu uttered remarks on her reality TV show, Zodwa Uncensored, that left Mzansi in a bit of a huff.
As reported on by TimesLIVE, Zodwa talked about gay men being too dramatic and forgetting they don't have lady parts.
Now, Moja Love has issued a statement and taken the blame as well as apologised for Zodwa's remarks.
According to the statement, Zodwa regrets what she said.
"The views expressed by Zodwa are regrettable and she commits to learning.
"We convey our sincere and profound regret ... We have placed internal measures to ensure that such an incident does not occur in the future. Our channel talent will be given the proper tools and guidelines to enable them to understand the various dynamics that make up our society."
Check out Moja Love's full statement:
However, Briefly.co.za gathered that Zodwa was saying something entirely different just a day before Moja Love's statement.
"People must remember that it's a reality show, my reality show. If I have been treated badly by gay people I will call them out on their behaviour, and that doesn't mean I'm against the whole community."
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