Relationships are not equal in that men are expected to provide for their women and it has been that way since the dark ages. In the modern day era, women have fought for equality and even though they won the fight, it seems like equality doesn’t apply to some situations like when it’s time to handle the bill.
This follows a clip of Tshepi from the On The Table podcast that has resurfaced on social media. Th clip has no caused an outrage following Vundla‘s comment about women who don’t bring anything to the table when it comes to relationships. The mother of one criticised women in relationships who constantly stay SBWLing things like vacations and iPhones but don’t have the money to buy those things for themselves.
Tshepi questioned the entitlement of some women by questioning where their parents are so they can take care of these ridiculous wants or buy for themselves, rather than demanding things from a man. The confusion came after a comment made by the host about SBWLing KFC. The ladies joked about not being able to afford a meal that cost less than fifty Rands but having the audacity of demanding out of this world things from their partner.
Social media users have since had mixed reactions about the comments made in clip, claiming that Tshepi and the squad are misogynists that think they are spitting facts but in actual fact are hating on other women. Others supported Tshepi’s views claiming that women should indeed bring something to the table rather than only coming with demands.
Watch the clip below and check out the comments.
Sembi ke😬 pic.twitter.com/a5uN56XfvU
— Zahra (@Nanazille) September 12, 2021
Tshepi Vundla really thought she was spitting facts with “where are your parents” lmao pic.twitter.com/FsYu74mELk
— PLEASE READ BIO (@BadvocateAgain) September 13, 2021
Is this Tshepi Vundla? Didn't know she was a weirdo. https://t.co/2shpxZNT9n
— lover. (@AwonkeM_) September 12, 2021
The very same Tshepi Vundla, the one black women supported during that Tibz saga is asking very same black women to bring something to the table????
Nna kere she knows better now
— Telefunken (@Yifilim) September 12, 2021
Tshepi catching all the smoke bc we don’t know who the other pick me aunts are 😭
— Kuanele. (@kuanele_) September 13, 2021
Taking care of a man doesn’t make you special. If that were the case, Tshepi Vundla would be married by now
— HOBOSEXUAL (@fiilani_) September 13, 2021
I just know if Tshepi Vundla was bashing broke ass niggas, TL would be all laughs
— ¿��¿ (@MohaleMotaung_) September 13, 2021
Tshepi Vundla ngumXhosa and she knows what ubawela means…. now what does it have to do with a man getting it for you? Semuncu nxa bebonke https://t.co/wAWumjz0wd
— uBusi (@Busi_LV) September 13, 2021
Tshepi Vundla is right A boyfriend is not a maintenance plan. pic.twitter.com/PlgfYtkyvC
— Makhaya (@MulaudziBT) September 13, 2021
I listened to what Tshepi Vundla said and I agree with her. Full stop.
— TK_Nala (@NalaThokozane) September 13, 2021