Hands Off Nonku!

Kgomotso is coming to her defense

By  | May 04, 2021, 03:17 PM  | Drama

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Kgomotso Ndungane is not here for any Nonku Williams slander and has called social media trolls to order. The "former" Real Housewives Of Durban cast member took to social media to release a scathing message to users who criticised and ridiculed Nonku Williams after she demanded that Ayanda Ncwane pays damages.   

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After the "meh" #RHOD reunion last week Friday mzansi was up in arms rushing to Ayanda's defense when the Williams family asked her to pay damages for their daughter Nothile. Her daughter's father is the late Sfiso Ncwane and he did not pay such when he was still alive.

After Nonku and her mother dropped the bombshell during the reunion, social media users shared their two-cents about the issue, and dragged Nonku.

Taking to Instagram, Kgomotso, who has always had Nonku's back throughout the entire season, bashed people who spoke ill about her.

A lot of people have come on different platforms and said the most horrendous things about Nonku and her family. You know what, good people, #rhodurban is just a show and let us not condemn people like this. To use social platforms and have such hateful opinions that do not get debated to move the ball forward is absolutely soul shattering especially when you don’t even know the people!" she wrote.

Kgomotso said her IG account is private on purpose, to sift out the negativity and harsh words spewed by people. She also opened up about the moments where she too would be at the receiving end of the hate.

"I’ve had moments where I was so hated that I even thought God had forsaken me. And it’s not a joke. We are real people, with real emotions, with children and to spew such hate on social media, is not going to make the world any better. So think very deeply before you write such hateful things."

Mrs. Ndungane is done with RHOD and will be pursuing other better endeavors.

My objective was to do one season, move on and do other things. For me, the most important thing was the platform. If you have any sort of recognition or platform where people can look into your life, it is actually your duty to influence that platform positively.I was never going to be on season two and everyone was leaving doing other things,”  Kgomotso said.

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