Tshepi Vundla Gets Dragged For ‘Broke Girls’ Comment

Tshepi Vundla Gets Dragged For ‘Broke Girls’ Comment

Tshepi Vundla is currently getting bashed on social media after she made an “insulting” comment about women who eagerly want men to do stuff for them. The socialite who is currently in a ‘vat en sit’ relationship with her baby daddy rapper JR, saw hurls of insults directed at her when she made a few offensive comments about broke women.

Tshepi Vundla was a guest a YouTube podcast, under Mac G’s podcast, On The Table which is hosted by Tshepi Mabs, DJ Black Velvet, a woman who names herself church girl and the Ghost Lady.

On the season finale they spoke about various topics but the one which ruffled feathers was when they touched on the SBWL trend which has been popularised mostly by women. SBWL is an acronym for sayibaweli which is a Xhosa word for ‘craving.’

Now, the ladies bashed women who constantly SBWL things and expect men to provide these things for them. Then Tshepi asked why can’t these women who always sbwl baecations and the latest iPhones just ask their parents to do that for them or better yet do it for themselves.

“Where are your parents, can’t you buy these things for yourself, but you expect men to do these things for you.” The Ghost Lady added that the worst ones are those who SBWL KFC, and the panel laughed.

Then the DJ, who goes by the name Black Velvet advised men to run away from broke women, “I still maintain guys run away, run as fast as you can from a broke girl that’s constantly wanting money from you but can’t put sh*t on the table.”

In another clip, Tshepi Vundla can be heard apparently shaming sex workers after the Ghost Lady slammed women who expect to receive some sort of special treatment because of their looks.

This episode premiered on September 1 but the panelists are catching smoke a week later after users shared that one clip.

Instead of social media users bashing the entire group of women, they targetted Tshepi Vundla because she is more well-known than the others. And because she is dating a “has been” rapper JR, who they have concluded is broke and struggling. A few users trolled Tshepi by saying she probably provides for JR hence the need to bash women who get provided for, saying she yearns for that type of treatment.

Here are the reactions:

Tshepi Vundla trended when JR was a guest on Mac G’s podcast and let people in on their private affairs. Many people had assumed that they are married but JR clarified that they are not married they just live together with their son Simba. Vat ‘n sit is a relationship where partners cohabitate but are not married. This is the case with Tshepi and JR, who are parents to a beautiful baby boy. Although they are living together without being married, the possibility of marriage is pretty high.

“I need to clarify she is not my wife yet. I think it’s very easy for guys to start dating someone for a couple of years and then start calling them their wife,” he said. Mac G then called a spade a spade, “so it’s vat ‘n sit,” to which JR reluctantly said “yeah, it’s vat ‘n sit, it’s a loving relationship. You know what I mean, it’s a family.”

JR and Tshepi met a couple of years ago where they started off on a light note. Saw each other briefly but had to separate for a while after losing contact with each other.

“Then gradually over the years we were back in each other’s circles with common friends and people. Then we said let’s see each other for a little bit, let’s see where it goes to,” he explained.

Then the TL was set alight by this revelation but Tshepi was not having it. She tweeted, “The weird obsession with me being married or not is rather annoying. Get off my d**k!” she exclaimed.

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