- Simphiwe Dana recently took to social media to share an experience she had with Masechaba Ndlovu
- The singer did not directly name the government spokesperson but social media users were able to draw a conclusion
- This comes after Masechaba was recently dragged by social media users for her comments regarding the late Anele Ngongca
As social media users continue to drag Masechaba Ndlovu for her conduct online recently, Simphiwe Dana used the moment to bring up an eyebrow-raising incident she had with the government spokesperson. Taking to Twitter, Simphiwe shared an experience where she feels Masechaba addressed her rudely.
"Kanene la sisi wake wandi introduce(a) (that lady once introduced me) as i-entertainment and beckoned to me with her index finger. Ndamlinda ke mna (I waited) until she fixed her attitude and called me by my name."
Although she did not directly name Masechaba, social media users were able to put two and two together and Dana did not deny their conclusion.
Twitter user makaPoky said:
"I hate that I actually know who this is. Nxa huh ah!"
"Kudala wageza moss uNontombi (That lady has always been strange)."
"Ikhona mos ingaxaki (Something must be wrong)."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that earlier this week it was reported that the funeral of late footballer Anele Ngconcga (who died in a car accident last month) was postponed. Reports cited that the postponement came after Ngconcga's mother fell ill.
The spokesperson for Minister Nathi Mthethwa, Masechaba Ndlovu subsequently took to Twitter to announce that the funeral was postponed after Ngconcga's mother tested positive for Covid-19.
In the tweet, she shared that neither the MEC nor Nathi Mthethwa would be visiting the family because of the results. She also wrote that the funeral would be moved to next week to accommodate the unfortunate circumstances.
Earlier this week Briefly.co.za reported that former Mamelodi Sundowns defender Anele Ngcongca passed away in the early hours of Monday morning, 23 November after being involved in a car crash in KwaZulu-Natal. Ngcongca was only 33 years old at the time of his death.
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