- A few celebrities have come to Zenande Mfenyana's defence after Mzansi social media users called for her to fall
- This comes after Zenande snapped at a fan who was trying to give her unsolicited pregnancy advice
- Social media users were not so quick to forgive her and felt that she should apologise
Zenande Mfenyana is still trending on social media after her abrasive response to a fan recently. The actress shut down a lady who was offering her unsolicited pregnancy advice. Unfortunately, many social media users were not happy with how she did it and soon #ZenandeMustFall trended. A few industry peers have come out to defend Zenande.
Ayanda Thabethe took to Twitter to chastise the masses for picking on Zenande while she is pregnant. She tweeted:
"Guys Zenande is pregnant, growing a human inside of her - please have a little mercy. The fact that this hashtag has been trending the whole day is totally wrong. Ngiyamxolisela lapho awone khona. Sekwanele"
Ayanda apologised on Zenande's behalf and asked social media users to please leave her colleague alone. Ntsiki Mazwai also expressed her disapproval at Mzansi for bullying a pregnant woman.
Social media users were not having it though and called for Zenande to speak for herself. Twitter user engineermash said:
"She can only end this herself by being humble and apologize to the other lady.We are all human,celebrity or not..."
"But what about the other lady she's also pregnant uthini nendaba yakhe coz Zenande was rude to her"
"She will hit you with a "I didnt need you to apologize for me I am not a child" right now. And block you. Wadlala wena"
"The lady she said TSEK to is also pregnant, growing a human inside of her. She was unnecessarily rude to someone who was sympathizing with her"
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that Zenande Mfenyana has left social media users buzzing after she threatened to spill some tea. The actress did not specify what her expose was about but many assumed it was about The Queen. She recently came to the Fergusons' defence after gossip painted them in a bad light.
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