- Social media users have dragged Nonhle Jali for her recent Instagram story
- The footballer's wife took to her IG Live to brag about buying her alcohol online and avoiding queues
- Social media users were not impressed by her post and made their thoughts known
Not again, Nonhle. Andile Jali's wife has found herself in hot water again after she posted a video on social media. The WAG posted a video where she was bragging about ordering her alcohol online and that she wouldn't be queuing today.
Nonhle is no stranger to putting her foot in her mouth when it comes to social media posts. The reality TV star left social media users unimpressed with her post about buying alcohol online via "E-commerce".
She went on to say that she would be using crystals instead of glasses to drink her liquor. Unfortunately it was not the alcohol that left a bitter taste in social media users' mouths.
Twitter user biggieslimz said:
"She needs to focus on keeping Andile’s side of the bed warm for when he comes back home from a night of gallivanting and stop this classist nonsense. Ugh"
"Who is that and why is she annoying us telling us about e-commerce?"
"Nonhle behaves like she grew up in poverty and now that she has money we must all feel it everytime. Relax it’s not that big of a deal buying things online"
"I agree with you. It’s like she still doesn’t believe unemali and therefore brags every time she gets a chance. She’s so annoying and I used to like her from bootcamp tv show"
Meanwhile Briefly.co.za previously reported that South Africa has entered lockdown level 3, which allows a further reopening of economic activities and schools. Level 3 also allows for the sale of alcohol and South Africans have wasted no time flooding liqour outlets. While people all over the country are celebrating the opportunity to be able to buy alcohol again, the Department of Health's latest Covid-19 statistics paint a grim picture. As of Sunday, the 31st of May 2020, South Africa's confirmed Covid-19 cases were 32 683, with 683 deaths.
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