- Papa Penny has slammed people who criticised him for allegedly being abusive to his wife and family
- The reality TV star came under fire after a clip from his reality show went viral online
- Papa Penny booked himself a business class flight while his wife and child boarded the economy flight
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Papa Penny trended for all the wrong reasons on social media this week when a snippet from his reality TV show went viral.
Social media users were unimpressed by the entertainer's display as a husband and dad.
Papa Penny booked himself a business class flight whilst his wife and child boarded the economy flight.
Briefly.co.za reported that tweeps had mixed reactions about what he did. While some laughed off the incident, others thought it was in poor taste.
The musician and reality TV star has hit back at the claims that he is a toxic and stingy husband.
Penny Penny did not mince his words when he told his critics to "Go to hell".
Papa told TshisaLIVE that he is not rich.
"You can’t make everyone happy. My reality show is not a drama, it is my reality. I won’t hide anything. I am not rich. I am not a Motsepe. I will never be famous because I am rich. I welcome anyone who is criticising me to give me money to 'look after my wife and kids'."
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He revealed that he paid for 16 people on the trip, including his family, and nobody complained.
"They were happy. They wanted to be alone, without me."
He also denied that he is "abusive" and acts superior to his wife.
"That is not true."
Papa accused his detractors of being jealous of the way he treats his family and told them to go to hell.
"If people are jealous of me, they must go to hell. When I drive in my car, must everyone sit in the front seat with me? When I got to bed, must the whole house come to my room? When I go to the toilet, must everyone go with me?"
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