- Actress Jo-Anne Reyneke shared a post on how her mother defended her against black tax critics
- BET's 'Black Tax' actress Jo-Anne Reyneke says she has never felt the pressure to pay black tax from her family.
- Jo-Anne Reyneke's mother would tell black tax critics that she was a mother and working woman capable of taking care of her home
Actress Jo-Anne Reyneke recently spoke out about being criticised by outsiders who expected her to pay black tax.
Jo-Anne told Dr Sindi on Kaya FM that her mother told the nosy critics that she would never ask me for a cent.
"My child did not go to Joburg to take care of this family. We’ve never asked Jo-Anne for a cent, we’ll never ask her for a cent. She will give what she wants to give. I’m a mother, I’m a working woman," Jo-Anne's mother would say.
The actress is part of the new BET's show Black Tax.
Black Tax is a 13-part sitcom that deals with the unspoken law of black tax, a phenomenon where black children are expected to financially assist their families as soon as they get a job.
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