- Buhle from The Soil has received mixed reactions after her appearance as a guest judge on Idols SA
- Many were amused by how she was openly laughing at contestants while others thought it was unprofessional
- The talented singer ended up trending on Twitter as tweeps debated her behaviour
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The Soil's Buhle Mda joined the judge's panel as a guest judge on the singing competition Idols SA. The bubbly singer made her presence felt and some did not quite enjoy it.
Buhle trended on social media over the weekend as Mzansi debated about her behaviour on the show. The talented singer did not hold back on her opinion about auditioning contestants. In some instances, she openly laughed while someone was singing.
This drew mixed reactions from social media users. While some were amused along with her, others felt that she was not being professional and should have behaved better.
Twitter user ayodele_KMasoka said:
"#idols Hayi Buhle is being unnecessary mahn..."
"I don't feel as though Buhle's laugh is genuine. Somewhat annoying. Am sorry Buhle, just didn't feel real."
"No Buhle is seriously out of order. She must not come back to Idols."
"Buhle giving us endless vibes, she definitely belongs to idols. #IdolsSA2020"
"#IdolsSA Buhle appreciation tweet. She is a whole mood & will continue to win minds. Buhle is pure joy, genuine joy. She brings something different to Idols. I genuinely love her. Make her a permanent judge."
"Buhle should remain on Idols forever, she's a mood!"
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Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that Idols SA who auditioned for the popular singing competition.
The man, who goes by the name Vhudi, was seen at the Johannesburg auditions of the show. Vhudi sang his piece title My Yoki Yoki. The show's judges and Mzansi loved the performance.
Unathi, Somizi and guest judge Buhle were even singing along to the musician's song. He trended on social media as Mzansi gushed about his talent.
What is even more interesting is that even though many did not even understand the lyrics of the song, his talent was enough to impress.
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