- Minnie Dlamini-Jones has been accused of being a fake friend on social media after she posted online thanking her new friend Lorna Maseko for a special delivery
- Social media users accused her of trying to rub her new friendship in the face of Lorna's former friend Bonang Matheba
- People left comments on her post telling her what they thought of friendship with Lorna
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Minnie Dlamini-Jones posted a seemingly innocent tweet on Friday, 31 July 2020, thanking her friend Lorna Maseko for a special delivery.
Social media users were quick to call Mini out on being fake and for rubbing her new friendship in Bonang Matheba's face. Lorna and Bonanga used to be close friends.
Bonang has also been gifting celebs with pressie in preparation for her new reality documentary, A Very Bonang Year.
Briefly.co.za learned that Mini's tweet was caoptioned with this:
"Got a special delivery from my girl @Lorns_Maseko Thank you so much for my favourite soup it was delicious You got skills mama "
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Social media users gave their opinions in the comments section accusing her of being fake.
Amie Bogale stated, “LOL, my girl. Yhooo mar celebrity friendships are such a joke. So 1 minute you jump from being friends with someone and then you befriend their enemy. Wow.”
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Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Minnie Dlamini Jones is not okay with her man being away from her for too long and lockdown has only made things harder.
The attachment issues are real. People have had to make sacrifices and implement precautions that they never in their wildest dreams ever imagined they would have to. This coronavirus had turned lives upside down.
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that South African media personality, Minnie Dlamini Jones, is taking a stand against social media trolls. It is time these bullies face the music.
Far too often people are shaded on social media by people who would never be able to say the things the said to their face. Social media has given bullies a mask to hide behind.
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