Zenande took to twitter to vent about how tiring helpers are and she is exhausted by them. Assuming that the actress was referring to her own helper, tweeps dragged Mfenyana for the insensitive comment alleging that maybe the problem here is her.
“Helpers are exhausting….yerrr” Zenande wrote.
This is not the first time that the actress is called in to order for being insensitive, when a fan tried to motivate her about her pregnancy changes as a womanly gesture, and she lashed out at the tweep telling her to back off.
Zenande deleted the tweet 😂😂💀 pic.twitter.com/fhqrdF7O3u
— ØƦł ÐẸBłĠ BẸẠŦ$™ ❼ (@Ori_Debig_Beats) October 28, 2020
Mzansi didnt take it litely and here are some of the comments…..
Zenande is the type of employer who abuses househelpers , you can tell by her tweet. 👎🏾
— $ ͪ ⷶ ͧ ᷠ_ ᷜ ͤ ꙷ ᷦ🕊️ (@_ShaunKeyz) October 28, 2020
The way Zenande Mfenyane treat's that Woman doesn't surprise me at All
That's how black supervisors treat other black people emisebenzini..It's a daily thing!
Umuntu Omnyama when they're incharge Uvele acabange ukuthi Umsunu wakhe unuka VANILLA..angaz why
— ChrisExcel (@ChrisExcel102) October 28, 2020
My mother is A helper and It hurts me what you've just said.💔😢
You know what, I'm I'll just unfollow you now. pic.twitter.com/Wr25La8BJj
— Kay-Mzee Musiik (@Kay_mzee) October 28, 2020
You're capable of doing this to our mothers pic.twitter.com/xKY9PfFcx0
— Minister of broke boyfriends (@MotloutsiShimmy) October 28, 2020
Those helpers you’re referring to are our mothers and aunts . Sit another woman /person down to talk when you have problems and concerns . The tone of this tweet is really unnecessary . Tweeting about it won’t change anything ♥️
— Penelope 🇮🇹 (@Penelope_Makala) October 28, 2020