- South Africans joined the rest of the world to celebrate the remarkable men in their lives on Father's Day yesterday
- DJ Zinhle did not miss the opportunity to celebrate her baby daddies, Murdah Bongz and rapper AKA, on the day
- The star headed to Instagram to dedicate a cute post to her current man Murdah Bongz, and she also took to the Twitter streets to celebrate her ex-boyfriend AKA
- The move angered fans who called her out for posting her famous baby daddies on two different social media platforms
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Social media users have slammed DJ Zinhle for celebrating her current and ex-baby daddies on Father's Day. The star, who is currently dating Black Motion star Murdah Bongz, joined the rest of the world to celebrate the remarkable men in her life.
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The Siyabonga hitmaker first posted Murdah Bongz, real name Bongani Mahosana, on her Instagram page, wishing him a happy Father's Day.
She then headed to Twitter to post a picture of rapper AKA holding their daughter Kairo Forbes and also celebrated him on the day.
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DJ Zinhle's posts did not sit well with many of her followers. Many Twitter users said she disrespected Bongani by posting AKA, while others felt she should have posted them on one platform.
"You see, this thing of dating baby mamas is an extreme sport. Imagine how the black motion guy might be feeling now."
"Only a weak partner will be comfortable with this. The daughter should post her dad, not Zinhle. It's Father's day, AKA is not Zinhle's father."
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"Yes Aka is for the Twitter streets. uDaddy Bongs is on insta. Each daddy got their Father’s Day on their favourite app. I Stan a focused queen."
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