- Khaya Mthethwa has warned Mzansi men to avoid pillow talk because they end up at commissions and courts
- The gospel singer was reacting to Malusi Gigaba's estranged wife's testimony at the state capture commission
- Most social media users agreed with Khaya Mthethwa, saying that men should not discuss their shady deals with their wives
Khaya Mthethwa took to social media recently to share his thoughts on Norma Mngoma's recent testimony against her estranged hubby Malusi Gigaba at the Zondo Commission.
The gospel singer warned Mzansi men to avoid pillow talk because they end up being used against them.
The musician took to Twitter on Monday night, 26 April loudly crying face emojis along his warning. The star wrote:
"Gents please note Pillow talks end up at a commission!"
Mzansi social media users took to Khaya's comment section and shared mixed reactions to his post. Check out some of their comments below:
"I hope guys you are learning; not everything is for wifey.
"Don't let your wife in on your shady stuff. Just let her benefit from it but never tell her the means of how she's enjoying the benefits."
"Just don't do shady things then you have nothing to worry about."
"And please don't take madam with to your business meetings! Niyezwa!"
"If Malusi Gigaba read his bible, he would have learnt something from Samson and avoid the mess he is in right now."
"If you put me behind bars... I will sing non stop like Norma."
"Be careful of women... but honestly how does she remember everything that transpired and yet doesn't remember any time frames?"
In other news, Briefly News reported that Simphiwe Dana has shared her thoughts on President Cyril Ramaphosa's term in office. The singer is not a fan of Ramaphosa's presidency.
"I know we’re scared to say it. But Ramaphosa is the worst president we have had."
The star's post sparked a heated debate on her timeline. Some peeps agreed with her while others totally disagreed and alleged that someone paid her to post the negative tweet about Ramaphosa. Check out some of the reactions from tweeps below:
"Well, he's not worse than Zuma but he's certainly up there with him on the scale of incompetence."
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