Mihlali Labeled A Home Wrecker


By  | May 01, 2021, 01:50 PM  | Drama

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Another popular personality has been accused of stealing someone's man. Earlier today a tweep named Meeshka Joseph exposed Mihlali for allegedly stealing her man. She not only blasted the influencer but went on to tag Revlon who she has been working on and Mihali's own Siyasizana foundation.

Tweeps were not impressed and slammed her for dragging brands and Mihlali but not mentioning anything about who her man is.

Some even told her to delete her tweets before she gets sued.

After a while she did delete, we guess she didn't want to end up like Vicky Vee Jonas who had to issue an apology to Cindy Mhalngu following her now-deleted tweet claiming that the actress was with her soon-to-be ex-boyfriend. A screenshot of the tweet was published by the popcornroomrsa. It reads, “I see a lot of sh…t happening but I choose to keep quiet. Not Cindy Thando being flewee out by someone who is about to be my ex nig*a!” (sic).”

In her apology, Vicky said that she was aggrieved by the turn of events and would like to retract her tweet. “I would like to unreservedly and unequivocally apologise to Cindy Thando for my tweet published on the 5th of March 2021, I was aggrieved by the turn of events then went to publish without applying myself. Thus, I retract my tweet.”

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Jonas also stressed the importance of supporting one another as black women. “As young black women, we should be celebrating each other and working together to support one another. I realize that my tweet did the opposite of that, which is why I’ve personally apologized to Cindy herself and would like to apologize to you all, my followers, for my disappointing actions.

”Responding to the apology, Cindy Mahlangu shared the letter of demand her lawyers sent Vicky, requesting that she retracts the tweet and issues an apology. She also shared a screenshot of the apology Vicky sent in her DM’s. It reads as follows:

“Hey Cindy, I would like to sincerely apologise to you for publicly slandering your name with allegations I knew nothing about. As a God-fearing, young, black woman I would like to say to you I made a mistake based on information used to hurt me. I released those frustrations out on you, an incorrect party, and I felt I had to come as humbly as I know how to now correct my wrong, and I apologise. With the hopes to put this incident in the past for us both, I would like to also issue a public apology to you.”

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