- Nandi Madida recently learned that Twitter is not for the faint-hearted after she was dragged on Wednesday morning
- The media personality shared a post about how the toddlers from her son's school recognised her as Nala from Black Is King
- Unfortunately for Nandi, social media users found it hard to believe that toddlers would know anything about the film
Nandi Madida became the latest victim of the social media mob after an innocent post took a turn for the worst. Madida took to her Twitter account to share how the toddlers at her son's school recognised her as Nala, the character she played in Black Is King.
The tweet seemed innocent enough, until social media users started picking it apart. Many were not convinced that toddlers would even know anything about the movie, let alone watch it. Social media users began calling Nandi out for lying.
The actress eventually deleted her tweet but it was not before Mzansi social media users screenshotted it for record-keeping.
Social media can truly be too much some times, but even though she deleted the tweet, Nandi was a good sport about it all. She said:
"Even I’m laughing at the comments. Twitter is the most entertaining platform. It’s an extreme sport and not for the fainthearted. No one is safe. You have to know how to laugh at yourself!"
Here are some reactions to her post:
"Nandi lying while she wrote this tweet."
"I want to believe you, I really want to."
"Toddlers recognised you through a face mask."
"South African women are beautiful guys. They might lie sometimes but beautiful..."
"Njani? Cause I don't remember that you were Nala. Are you joking?"
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Nandi Madida is one beautiful female Mzansi celebrity who has inspired many with her heart of gold and undeniable hustle. Having seen the things Nandi has achieved, people from all over the world have gained a huge amount of respect for her.
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Mzansi is filled with powerful women who are making strides that those 50 years ago would have never thought possible. Briefly.co.za has seen the endless wins Nandi has bagged lately. She has worked tiresomely to get to where she is today and there is no denying that Nandi deserves everything she has and so much more.
From winning her first-ever SAMA to working alongside Beyoncé in Black Is King, Nandi has made Mzansi so proud and we know it doesn’t stop here.
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