- Phindile Gwala was seen hanging out with fans in Durban but some people think it's all an act
- Social media users are convinced that Phindile is just trying to look good for the cameras because she was involved in a bit of nastiness not so long ago
- Gwala recently got herself in a bit of trouble when she assaulted someone outside a club in KZN so it seems she's trying to release some positive PR to counteract that
Phindile Gwala is trying really hard to clean up her image after she assaulted someone for allegedly taking videos of her at the club. It turns out, Phindle got it wrong and she damaged the young woman's phone and attacked her for nothing.
Now, Phindile is trying her best to fix the situation and took her fans out for lunch in Durban. She was spotted by entertainment blogger Phil Mphela and he took to social media to share what he saw.
Fans quickly responded to the post and don't think that Phindile is being genuine by hanging out with her fans.
A few social media users think that she's simply trying to do damage control and is doing it for her image - not the fans. Others however, think she's playing the right game.
According to a report by ZAlebs, the lady that Phindile attacked is named Nompilo Mkhize and took to social media to share the incident. In a lengthy post on Facebook, Nompilo detailed how Phindile smashed her phone outside a club in Pietermaritzburg.
Nompilo attempted to open a case against Phindile but got arrested by the police instead because she was breaking Covid-19 regulations by going to the club in the first place.
In other entertainment news, Briefly News reported that Lasizwe Dambuza is saddened by corruption. Lasizwe Dambuza has noticed how the endless corruption in South Africa has made people weary of literally everything.
Not even those with actual good intentions are taken seriously anymore. It is no secret that SA is riddled with corruption. Lasizwe feels that it is very sad how the corrupt have made every act questionable because of their shady doings.
Taking to social media, Lasizwe expressed his feelings, highlighting what a sad time it actually is to be alive. You could build a children’s home and someone will question your intentions, it is crazy!
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