You may want to think twice before commenting negatively on the DJ’s posts about her man, Brendon Naidoo.
Since Ntombezinhle ‘DJ Zinhle’ Jiyane started posting pictures of herself with her boyfriend, Brendon Naidoo, some on social media say she is only trying to convince people she no longer loves her ex-boyfriend, Kiernan ‘AKA’ Forbes.
Zinhle found herself on the Twitter trends list on Thursday morning after posting a picture of herself on Instagram in her house holding flowers and writing: “Rose petals on the dinner table and a bunch of roses were the last things I expected when he told me we were having dinner tonight. God bless my man. Thank you for a perfect day baby.”
Being a celebrity, Zinhle always gets negative comments, even on positive posts, and usually, she ignores the haters, but not this time. She responded to a comment that seemed to imply she was competing with her baby daddy’s girlfriend, Bonang Matheba, who also posted a picture of flowers her man bought her on Tuesday.
“Zinhle, my love, let’s not be too obvious. A certain someone posted similar caption two days ago. Hayibo,” said user bubblinggee.
The DJ’s fans jumped to her defence, telling “Bonang fan” Bubblinggee to let Zinhle be and said she posted pictures of flowers everyone bought, not just the ones from her boyfriend.
However, it was Zinhle’s comment that shut down the whole conversation with one lengthy comment.
She wrote: “I didn’t know other people also walked into dinner and found rose petals and roses waiting for them if they did. Good for them. My man did something amazing, and I posted it. I love flowers, and my man knows it. Couples buy each other flowers all the time. I am sure there are a million other men who bought flowers for their women.
“I know that it is entertaining for you and your friends to think that I do things to compete with anyone. Unfortunately I’m too old, and I would never do that to my man. As much as you say you didn’t mean it in a malicious way, yes you did.
“You are not the first one, I’ve seen a lot of women who’ve never been through what I’ve been through share unkind words and think it’s okay cause I’m just a celebrity. I’m actually more than that, I’m a woman who had to pick up the pieces for her shattered life. I forgave myself and moved on. I worked on my healing and God blessed me with a beautiful man but people like you don’t think I suffered enough so you come here looking for other ways to make sure I’m in more hurt. It won’t work.
“I have moved on and I suggest you do too. God bless you. I hope you don’t do this to your friends. Would be so sad to have a friend who does what you just tried to do,” she wrote.
Well, we guess no one will be posting nasty comments on Zinhle’s posts anymore.