Khanyi Mbau is seething after social media users described her as the original recipient of blessings, also known as a "blessee".
The 30-year-old set the record straight about her former lifestyle on Wednesday, and remained a trending topic on Friday.
Khanyi and former millionaire Mandla Mthembu were the talk of the town back in the day, when "blessers" were known as sugar daddies.
The couple had matching Lamborghinis, designer clothes, and a lifestyle envied by many.
That was, until Mandla reportedly went broke.
Khanyi was also involved with Theunis Crous, her married lover, who allegedly funded her lifestyle with R30, 000 a month.
"I was tearing down walls. Breaking taboos. Because of me, younger girls now have the confidence to walk around holding hands publicly with their sugar daddies. They're inspired by my story," she was quoted as saying in the tell-all book, B*tch, please! I'm Khanyi Mbau.
Khanyi has moved on since then to build a career herself, and is supporting her own lifestyle.
But some haters can't help reminding her of her past, and even went a far as to suggest this week, that Khanyi was responsible for the current "blesser" craze in South Africa.
Y'all can blame me and try make me Jesus.. Try hang all your sins on me but at the end of it all!! It goes back to choices! #Checkpoint— MBAU (@MbauReloaded) May 10, 2016
I got a gift as a LAMBO from my baby daddy and thought y'all all deserved em too, so u turned this into a culture! Gullible society!— MBAU (@MbauReloaded) May 10, 2016
When one Twitter user put it to her that she married her blesser, Mandla Mthembu, Khanyi had this response:
He can't be a blesser if I was his wife!! Please act educated! I have a child with my ex husband. Please act clever https://t.co/xljc9B1AWq— MBAU (@MbauReloaded) May 10, 2016
Khanyi was still trending on Twitter on Friday, two days after her tweets. She may not be a "blessee" (someone who receives blessings from "blessers") but she certainly still knows how to keep people talking.
Take that haters!