Not after this episode, which saw viewers express their opinion about the crusher and crushee.
It's true, sometimes it's always interesting to watch UyangthandaNa on social media and on TV simultaneously, it's just more entertaining.
You also get to learn that these social media streets are not for the faint-hearted, especially when you're the one on the TV screens.
First of all, after seeing Sli's reaction we had a feeling that it was not going to go down well for the crusher. It just looked like the lady was just disappointed at who brought her onto the show.
Yep, this is exactly what we thought.
Eish, but why are people like this, the poor guy's face was dragged to kingdom come. Another reason why you should always think twice before going onto such shows, social media will eat you alive.
Wow, there's absolutely zero chill in these Twitter streets.
Oh and if you're really, really considering going to UyangthandaNa, make sure your wardrobe is proper according to Black Twitter standards because it's war out here.
But then again there are people like this tweep who is hellbound on going to UyangthandaNa no matter what.
#Uyangthandana Please note if I am just a girlfriend I have a right to change my mind cos I'm not the wife yet, so if they call me on Uyangithanda nah? I have a right to know my crush, after all I am just a girlfriend moss😩😊💅💅💅 and if I like my crush it's not my fault😊 pic.twitter.com/fYiZyl28xK— Fundii Ntshangase (@MissFunderella) March 21, 2018
Still want to go to UyangthandaNa
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