Ntando Duma defends herself after kids' party during lockdown backlash

Ntando Duma defends herself after kids' party during lockdown backlash

- Ntando Duma has defended herself against peeps who've come for her neck on social media

- The star received backlash after throwing a lavish third birthday party for her daughter

- Ntando said only close family and friends were invited and they followed all the rules

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Ntando Duma has defended herself after receiving criticism for throwing her daughter a lavish third birthday party.

Peeps were peeved that Ntando had the event during lockdown and invited quite a handful of people.

Ntando insists it was only the closest family and friends who attended the celebration.

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Ntando took to Twitter to clear up the entire misunderstanding.

She wrote, "To those who were or are concerned and in disbelief that we (Sbahle's dad and I) hosted our daughter her dream birthday celebration lockdown.Yes, we definitely did that with family members, as we stayed covered and protected."
Ntando Duma defends herself after kids' party during lockdown backlash

Ntando Duma defends herself after kids' party during lockdown backlash
Source: Instagram

Ntando explained, "Don't be fooled by decor and think we risked our lives and health for some fun. We did all that (because) why not (let) my child have what she wants regardless (of lockdown)? A precious themed party for a special girl at home."

Nttando is no stranger to having to stand up for herself when Twitter trolls gather.

Earlier this month, Briefly.co.za reported that the feisty star had spicily clapped back at a fan who chastised her joining The Queen instead of Isono.

Ntando recently bagged herself a role on the latest season of the popular Mzansi Magic soapie The Queen.

Fans can't wait to see the stunner strut her stuff on their TV screens.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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