- Umndeni viewers have threatened to pull the plug on the show following another hectic fight between Dabula and Nkanyezi
- The fans accused the Moja love show of promoting gender-based violence as this was not the first time that GBV scenes have aired on the reality show
- They called on the producers of the programme to stop airing such scenes as it seems like they don't care about GBV
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Umndeni viewers are not happy with the amount of gender-based violence that plays in the show. The fans feel that the Moja Love reality show is promoting GBV.
Peeps took to social media recently to react to the latest episode of their favourite programme. They called the show's producers out for continuing to air violent scenes on the show.
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"I'm starting to think Maseko was intentional in the way he treats Nkanyezi... I think he knows he cannot defeat her and her dlozi!!! Mamkhulu will see it one day, but I hate how they treated uNkanyezi, then need her later! iyajika ivili!"
"Mahlalentabeni and Dabula kicking Nkanyezi out like a dog is wrong in all levels and disgusting."
'Gomora' actor Sicelo Buthelezi shuts down catfish claiming he's turning 40 this year
In other entertainment news, Briefly News reported recently that Sicelo Buthelezi reacted to a catfish who claimed the actor is turning 40 this year. The Gomora star took to social media a few days back to respond to a popular troll named Chris Excel.
The hater's post rubbed the award-winning thespian up the wrong way. The fuming star took Chris Excel's comment section to tell him where to get off.
Chris took to Twitter and threw shade at Sicelo, who portrays the character of Teddy in Gomora. He wrote:
“So Teddy from Gomora is turning 40 years this year.”
Seeing all the nasty comments Chris' post attracted, Sicelo headed online to react to the catfish.
Source: Briefly News