Fans defend Zinhle after she got heat for hanging with Jessica Nkosi

Fans defend Zinhle after she got heat for hanging with Jessica Nkosi

- DJ Zinhle got dragged by trolls who called her the poster girl for heartache after she was seen supporting Jessica Nkosi

- She was also called a clown, but her fans quickly came to her defence, telling the mean social media users where to get off

- Many people felt that those who targeted Zinhle are nothing but jealous

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DJ Zinhle's fans showed that they are loyal to her when she got dragged for showing fellow celeb, Jessica Nkosi, support.

Social media users threw insults Zinhle's way and called her a clown and the person a woman asks for help when she wants her ex back - shade aimed at the DJ's reconciliation with AKA.

It got so bad that after a video of the two made rounds on social media, DJ Zinhle started trending on Twitter and Musicmagsa reports that one post read:

DJ Zinhle. Verb. Urban dictionary — a term used when taking your ex baby daddy back. E.g. will Jessica Nkosi pull a DJ Zinhle?

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Jessica recently roasted an ex for allegedly cheating on her and she seems to have found comfort with Zinhle. noticed that the popular DJ's fans were not about to let people say bad things about her and clapped back at the 'haters'.

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Jessica also received support. Here's what some Twitter users had to say in her defence:


She has to do what works for her to get over the heartbreak. We aren't in any position to dictate how a person deals with a heartbreak...


Some of url think they own celebrities and therefore must dictate what they must do with their lives, url are twisted siphokazi


There's no clownery, embarrassment or whatsoever here. She's dealing with her heartbreak the best way she sees fit. It may not make sense to us but vele it's not our pain, it's hers. She's in a process of healing, may it please be not women that delay her process.

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