- Mzansi social media users are calling Anele Mdoda out for lying to Wendy Williams, although Anele denies telling any fibs
- Wendy took to her TV show to share that she was told that South Africans had a special day dedicated to her
- Anele Mdoda did not deny that she told Wendy this and insisted that it was not a lie, such a day does actually exist
Wendy Williams is trending on social media after the TV host declared that April 10 was officially Wendy Williams Day in South Africa. The revelation left many Mzansi social media users in shock.
As some took to social media to try get to the bottom of why Wendy would say this, Anele Mdoda’s name came to the forefront.
Anele Mdoda recently interviewed Wendy and it seems that she may have told her this ‘fact’ about SA.
Twitter user anele_booi said:
“Wait, April 10 is Wendy Williams day in South Africa QLYVA.”
When Anele was called out for apparently making the statement to Wendy, she defended herself by saying that she did not tell a lie.
Social media users were having none of it. Twitter user mandisa_nkosi said:
“How come we don't know about this though, or is there another South Africa that some of us are excluded from?”
“Lol Anele selling the country from under us. Giving random people their own days.”
“What are you hoping to gain vele by lying to her?”
“@WendyWilliams Anele lied there is no such day here. Who are you and what do you do?”
Meanwhile Briefly.co.za reported that TV and radio personality Anele Mdoda took to social media to excitedly share that she interviewed US talk show host Wendy Williams recently.
The South African media personality said she could not hold back her excitement despite possibly violating an 'embargo'.
She posted a picture of the virtual interview with the feisty Williams and captioned it:
“I am probably embargoed but Tsek Kubo!!! Miss Wendy Williams.”
Wendy Williams is promoting her documentary, which is due to air in Mzansi next month. Twitter user eden_africawit said:
"I love Wendy."
"I love me some Wendy and her unfiltered mouth."
"I love your work sis Anele."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za reported that Anele Mdoda’s son is a budding artist. The doting mommy recently took to social media to share a comic book illustrated by the young Alakhe.
Anele explained the plot of the comic book and also why there were two blank pages in the middle of the book. She shared the hilarious finished product on social media:
“Alakhe wrote a book yesterday about a lady who saves the world in space and the bad guy is Mr Pizza. The book also has two blank pages and when I questioned the author about the blank pages I was told it's so the reader can have a break.”
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