- Mzansi media personality and singer Unathi Nkayi was not impressed with a man who was breaking the law recently
- The man was walking in a mall without a mask and Unathi reprimanded him until he put one on
- Social media users have been reacting to the incident online and fans say this is a big problem in Mzansi
Idols SA judge Unathi Nkayi was very upset when she saw a man at the mall not wearing a mask. She decided to sort him out quickly and the video was reshared by Twitter user @SibusisoKetwa. Unathi used very strong language as she reprimanded the man for not being safe.
The Covid-19 pandemic has changed things all over the world and in order to stop the spread of the virus, people have been told to wear a mask whenever they are in public. In a place like a mall, wearing a mask is mandatory and it is a criminal offence not to do so.
Unathi was dragging the man for not wearing a mask until he put the mask over his nose, calling her "Baby" in the process. Unathi was just not having it when he said that and responded:
"I am not your baby, my love."
Social media users have been reacting to the trending video. Take a look at some of the reactions below:
"This is when we're bored. We become Karens."
"Make them comply mama. Tsek man."
"Lol, this woman will die when she enters Maponya Mall, 98% of people don't wear their masks."
Briefly News previously reported that Unathi Nkayi encouraged fans to build their confidence and crush it. Idols SA judge and media personality Unathi Nkayi recently dropped some wisdom on confidence and what it takes to build it.
Unathi took to Instagram to talk about her personal journey to build her self-esteem and self-image. Unathi said that when it comes to her physical and mental health, she knew that she had to start somewhere. She wasn't happy about how she looked and she wasn't confident either.
"I didn't believe I deserved it. Years later I can only attest my confidence in both those fears to learnt behaviour," said Unathi.
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