Simphiwe Dana trends for calling SA men gold diggers, bottom of barrel

Simphiwe Dana trends for calling SA men gold diggers, bottom of barrel

- Simphiwe Dana rubbed Mzansi men up the wrong way yesterday when she called them "gold diggers" and "bottom of the barrel"

- It's not clear what set the beautiful singer off, but tweeps were not having it

- Soon, #SimphiweDanaMustFall trended with peeps telling the star off in her mentions

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Some Mzansi has ruined it for the entire country by getting on the wrong side of songstress Simphiwe Dana.

The star tweeted that she believes Mzansi men are gold diggers who even dig for maintenance money.

Simphiwe said, "(The) truth is that South African men are the biggest gold diggers. They even dig the maintenance money."

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The star continued, "Bacele iUber (They ask for Uber). Ubathengele iairtime (You buy them airtime). They're driving your car. Using your bank card. And you're paying all the bills. Shameless. (And they) still have the audacity to go out there and say they're taking care of you. That you (are) a gold digger. They're not paying maintenance."
When a tweep pointed out that Simphiwe was exaggerating, the muso responded, "I wish I was. SA men are the bottom of the barrel."

As #SimphiweMustFall picked up momentum, a tweep by the name of Malambane started exposing Simphiwe's files.

Malambane alleged that Simphiwe was dumped by a Zambian guy and is still bitter, hence now she's attacking SA men.

Malambane also alleged that Simphiwe has two children by men who are actually non-South African.

Fans brought up Simphiwe's ongoing domestic violence case and the fact that, in the past, she's admitted to dating a married man.

Sho! We hope Simphiwe will recover soon from whatever she's going through - or at least channel her heartbreak into another fire album for us to enjoy. reported that the star's highly-anticipated upcoming album,

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