- Nonhle Jali has publicly apologised after a joke at her hubby, Andile Jali's expense, wasn't well-received
- In an Instagram video, Nonhle asserted that she keeps her soccer hubby's bank cards because she cleaned him up when he was nothing
- The one-time reality TV star quickly issued an apology after people went in on her for being disrespectful
Nonhle Jali has been forced to issue an apology after she embarrassed her soccer star husband, Andile Jali, online.
It all started when Nonhle posted what she now says was a "joke" on Instagram.
In an Instagram video, Nonhle spoke about how any woman who cheats with her husband is going to suffer this January because she has his bank cards.
The former Diski Divas star said she's allowed to keep his cards because she cleaned Andile up when he was nothing.
Nonhle said, "I am head office, I hold his bank card. Let's see if he'll still be as forward without his bank card."
She went on to say that she found Andile in the ghetto and turned him from a dirty skroplaap (common household cleaning cloth) into a clean waslaap (washcloth for human body).
Nonhle said she refuses to let any slay queen mistress use her children's nappy money to buy Peruvian weave.
The feisty beauty kept shifting the phone camera to Andile as she said all this.
He was looking down sheepishly, fiddling with his phone the whole time.
Nonhle issued an apology after social media users dragged for disrespecting Andile.
She apologized and called the entire incident "harmless fun."
Social media users don't really believe it was a joke as the couple has previously gotten into a physical altercation after each of them accused the other of not sleeping at home.
Briefly.co.za reported that they both opened domestic violence cases against each other after the incident.
The cases were later dropped.
Andile's babymama, who he shares his firstborn with, took this opportunity to take a swipe at the married couple.
She called the couple's marriage "unstable" and said Andile was a "useless" father.
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