This led to @TheUltimateZA sharing his thoughts on the image commenting: “This baby does not look like it costs R20000.” This is the amount of money that the actress Ntando revealed she spent on the monthly maintenance of her daughter on Twitter.
“So I "bump" into him today and ask him to say what he was on about on Twitter yesterday and he fails.”
“NGITHE: Say the exact same words you were making a noise about on Twitter for those couple of RTs.”
In the end @TheUltimate_Za apologized blaming it on a “moment of stupidity and recklessness”.
“I hope you can forgive me for my moment of stupidity and recklessness. I ask this from the bottom of my heart. We all make mistakes and I fully acknowledge mine. I’d never wish harm on any child and I acknowledge that our children should be uplifted and not be brought down.”
Many Twitter users sided with the mother's approach of handling things.
The baby shaming drama did not end there when another Twitter user shared his thoughts on the baby saying, “I’m sorry but this baby isn’t cute”, rendering a response from baby daddy Junior De Rocka.
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