- Papa Penny's reality TV show Papa Penny Ahee aired its last episode of the season on Thursday night
- The musician and his wife, Mama Nomi, remembered their late son in the emotional episode
- Viewers of the show took to social media to finally applauded Papa for loving his family and wife
Mzansi has finally applauded Papa Penny following the last episode of his reality show on Thursday night.
The musician and his wife Mama Nomi remembered their late son in the emotional episode of Papa Penny Ahee.
This season of the show took viewers on an emotional rollercoaster as cameras followed the colourful life of the legendary Tsonga disco king as he navigated life as a musician, polygamist, a father of 17, community leader and son to his 90-year-old mother.
Briefly.co.za reported when Papa was labelled as a toxic husband and father after he booked himself a business class flight whilst his wife and child boarded the economy flight.
Social media users had mixed reactions about what he did. While some laughed off the incident, others thought it was in poor taste.
Papa hit back at the claims that he is a toxic and stingy husband. He did not mince his words when he told his critics to "Go to hell".
At least on the last episode of the show, peeps got to see a different and loving side to Papa.
Tweeps took to social media to praise him for being a good family man.
"To #PapaPennyAhee for being romantic, for loving Mama Nomi and your entire children, for walking the grieving journey with Nomi, for being the best father to your entire siblings [sic]. You're an inspiration."
"Papa Penny is a family man. Behind all the jokes and everything else, he is a caring and loving family man who will do anything to protect and provide for his family. We salute you....Aheeeeee."
Still on reality TV shows, Briefly.co.za reported that Evodia and Mercy Mogase's reality television show, Madame & Mercy, recently wrapped up season one.
The mother-daughter duo thanked Mzansi for supporting their solo venture away from their TV debut on Real Housewives of Johannesburg.
Evodia wrote on social media:
"Thank you so much, South Africa for your support. Without you, all our dreams would not have come true."
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