Manaka Ranaka slams women who use their bodies to get money from men

- Generations: The Legacy actress Manaka Ranaka has slammed women who use their bodies to entice men into giving them money

- The star said she doesn't like the idea of women putting pressure on their boyfriends to give them money or dating for money

- Manaka was echoing the sentiments of comedienne Celeste Ntuli, who tweeted that she was also not about that life

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Manaka Ranaka added her two cents to a debate about girls who only date men with money and she is definitely not for it.

Manaka likened it to prostitution and said she wouldn't recommend that a woman be dependent on any man. She said:

“I can’t stand girls that feel entitled to other kids’ money. These girls think men have become employment. Instead they don’t see how they are prostituting themselves in the name of mojolo (dating)."

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Manaka's sentiments were echoed by comedienne Celeste Ntuli. Celeste told a follower that women must get rid of the mentality of wanting money from men. However, Celeste was not hearing it when some suggested that the lobola should be abolished. She said:

“You are pushing it! Lobola comes after you have met and spent some time with someone that you love. Culture must remain culture, it is like a ring on the white wedding. All we need to do is to cut the white wedding because it’s not our culture and it is costly. A traditional wedding is still a wedding."

In related news, Briefly.co.za recently reported that Manaka's daughter is expecting. The actress said she's thrilled and cannot wait to become a grandmother.

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In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Prince Kaybee felt it was time to tell the world that he is all baed-up. Fans had it right, Kaybee and Zola Ayabulela Mhlongo are a thing.

Celebrities are opting to keep their personal lives private these days, and for good reason. Only when things are super serious and solid are they coming out with it.

Kaybee tries his best to keep his personal and business life separate, but the writing was truly on the wall with this - Kaybee and Zola couldn’t hide those vibes. A recent social media exchange confirmed that they are indeed a couple.

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