- Viewers did not like the way things went down during the latest episode of Rea Tsotella
- A woman had loaned her aunt R100 000 but was struggling to be paid back
- The behaviour of the aunt left people upset and they reacted on social media
In the most recent episode of Rea Tsotella, South Africans saw how a woman's kindness towards her aunt blew up in her face.
Nokuthula loaned her aunt R100 000 but is now struggling to get anything out of her.
What really got to people was that the aunt claimed to have repaid R45 000 but in reality she only paid R455.
Many people took what happened to Nokuthula as an example of why you don't loan large amounts of money to people if you can't afford to live without it.
Briefly.co.za noticed that the aunt in question did not even show remorse for what she's doing.
Nokuthula told the show's host Moshe Ndiki that she lent her aunt the money when she needed it desperately.
The problems began when she started asking for the loan to be repaid. Even the audience in the studio was in disbelief about how the aunt was acting.
See some of what happened:
Here's how peeps reacted:
Meanwhile, it was reported that Cassper Nyovest is concerned about how many people are not taking the national lockdown seriously.
Taking to social media with great concern, Cassper urged the people of Mzansi to stay home.
He reminded them of what President Cyril Ramaphosa had said and why this lockdown had been implemented and asked them to share his post.
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