- Many people have made it normal to crave other people's relationships especially based off social media posts
- Mzansi actress Zenande Mfenyana has spoken out against this and warned people to not envy others
- The actress is talking from experience as she never flaunts her relationship and chooses to stay private
Social media has normalized the term ‘relationship goals’ and it comes from wanting to have what other relationships seemingly have.
Actress Zenande Mfenyana has come out to speak against this.
The Queen actress Zenande Mfenyana has opened The Queen actress said that in the romance department, things are not always as they seem.
Zenande said that 'power couples' aren’t always what they perceive themselves to be in public.
Taking to social media, the media personality said:
“I learnt a long time ago to never idolise any relationship, you truly never know what goes on behind closed doors.”
Zenande practices what she preaches. The celebrity is very private about her live life and never posts her mystery husband. She always gushes about how amazing he is, but she has never put up a front of being in the perfect relationship.
Meanwhile Briefly News previously reported that Zenande Mfenyana took to social media recently to warn her fans about fake people. The Queen actress shared a few pearls of wisdom on fake friends.
Zenande took to Twitter a few days ago to tell her followers to walk away from people who don't appreciate them. Sis said:
"When someone shows you how little you mean in their life, believe them. Stop trying to foster. They are never going to love and appreciate you the way you love and appreciate them. Know your tribe, take care of your tribe."
She urged her followers to choose those who also choose them. Zenande also warned her stans to be aware of some of the people they cut off because they will try and make amends when they see that "sh*t has hit the fan".
"... When they see that you’ve parked the car. While in the friendship, they never did you right, took you for granted. Now it’s too late to fix things, coz you decided to choose those who choose you."
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