- Lesego Tlhabi was just not having it and took to social media to drag men for calling women gold diggers
- The Trending SA presenter was not impressed with South African men who complain about money
- Social media users took to the comments section to share their thoughts on Lesego's rant online
Mzansi satirist and television personality Lesego Tlhabi has come out guns blazing and slammed men for calling women gold diggers. Lesego took to Twitter to share her frustration at men who are too concerned about women who are supposedly after their money.
Lesego was trying to make a point that men who actually have money don't worry about women coming after it. She said:
"Men with actual gold to dig spend absolutely zero time worrying about gold diggers."
The Trending SA host then dragged men who go to parties with their friends and share hubbly bubbly together, all while complaining that women are gold diggers.
"You and your 5 friends go out and share a hubbly and a bucket of 10 beers but you think women who love champagne and overseas trips are trying to get at you?" she asked.
Mzansi social media users engaged with the topic and had their own thoughts too. Take a look at the reactions below:
"This! It's always those ones who are overdue on Vodacom advance with something slick to say."
"It is always the ice boys that have the loudest mouths."
"Have you noticed that rich men and women are never part of this broke men and gold digging chat?"
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Mzansi comforted Lesego Tlhabi after she received fatphobic comments from a stylist. Award-winning satirist Lesego Tlhabi took to social media to talk about an unfortunate incident that really made her upset.
Lesego has been cast in a new show and was excited to go to her wardrobe fitting but was left with a sour taste in her mouth. Lesego went on Twitter to share her experience and she wasn't feeling good about what had happened.
Lesego said that she went to a famous designer and she didn't get a warm reception.
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