- Zenande Mfenyana has been dragged on social media after her post about helpers
- Zenande took to Twitter on Wednesday afternoon and shared that helpers are exhausting
- Zenande has deleted her tweet but her name is currently trending on the micro-blogging app following her post
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Zenande Mfenyana is currently trending on social media after she spoke badly about helpers online. The Queen actress took to Twitter on Wednesday, 28 October and told her fans that helpers are "exhausting".
Tweeps have slammed the star for the "tone" of her post. The new mom has deleted the tweet but the screenshot of her post is currently doing the rounds on the micro-blogging app. Zenande had tweeted:
"Helpers are exhausting. Yerrr!!!"
Most tweeps have shared that the helpers the stunner is referring to are their parents or family that have jobs working for others. Some have even alleged that Zenande is a rude employer. Check out some of their comments below:
"Those helpers you’re referring to are our mothers and aunts. Sit another woman/person down to talk when you have problems and concerns. The tone of this tweet is really unnecessary. Tweeting about it won’t change anything."
"Zenande is the type of employer who abuses house helpers, you can tell by her tweet."
"I'm disturbed with the tweet. I don't take sides but other things are better left unsaid. How would her helper feel when she sees this tweet?"
"Working for Zenande must be toxic. She sounds like those toxic employers who make helpers wash panties... Our parents go through a lot shame."
"I was raised by a mom who only came home once or twice a month working as a helper. @Zenande_Mcfen don't do this."
"I respect helpers. The amount of work they do is not equal to the amount of money they earn. They deserve more. Maybe helpers are exhausted Zenande."
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Mzansi-born actress Phumzile Sitole has bagged an epic role on . She will play the role of Captain Ndoye on the popular US science-fiction television series.
Phumzile, who lives in the US, took to Twitter and shared that she is grateful to be part of the series. Snaps of the star and other new characters on the show were shared on the micro-blogging app by @TheTrekCentral. Phumzile and fellow cast member BlueDel wore Star Trek outfits on the pics.
Phumzile has also acted in big productions such as The Good Fight and Orange Is the New Black.
Phumzile shared that she will make her debut on the series on Thursday on CBS All Access in the US and Mzansi will get to watch her on Friday on Netflix SA.
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