- A video was shared on social media which shows a lady enjoying food at a party
- The woman enjoys it so much that she decides to stuff her handbag with the snacks
- South Africans were divided by the footage and Briefly.co.za took a look at some of the reactions
Monday, South Africa Live posted a video on Facebook which showed a woman stuffing her handbag with food at a party.
The lady is seen rapping the food in a cloth before putting it in her handbag, making sure no one notices her takeaways.
The post does not indicate where or when the incident was filmed. Briefly.co.za gathered the video gathered 18 000 views in just an hour since it was shared online. However, Mzansi was clearly left divided.
Some slammed the woman for not having any class, dubbing her a slay queen.
Nomvula Mapule Makgato commented: "And this is done by people who look decent and are greedy."
S'bongo Sibalcool added: "When you think nobody can see you."
Siyabonga Makhaye wrote: "Ey slay queens will make you laugh."
Mathabatha Namedi said: "Why didn't she just ask. I mean."
Michael O'Bree commented: "No words. Then probably complains that food wasn't enough."
However, there were those who defended the woman, adding many people do it and social media users should not judge her without knowing her situation.
Țhulanī Thuskefever Msībī commented: "She has kids...taking food for her kids."
Thamsanqa Madlopha wrote: "I won't blame her.some people a poor she take for her children."
Nag Nella added: "Please, we all do this... get a life. Who wants to cook for the kids tonight."
Anne Markham wrote: "To all you peeps, if you never did it I bet your mommy did!"
Nkululeko Cirha Cebuka said: "She's not eating all of it so perhaps maybe she is saving it for someone who is not eating, her child maybe? But because you were raised to believe that if you think for someone else or plan to eat it later you must judge. Kudos to you for actually having a great life and all those around you are having one too. I wish she would have take 6 just to be sure."
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