Minnie Dlamini-Jones estranged husband Quinton Jones is on the trends list after a video clip of him partying with friends went viral.
He and Minnie recently made an announcement that they are getting a divorce.
A video clip of Quinton partying with friends went viral and people claim they noticed that his facial expression and body language tells that he is unhappy.
There have claims that the reason behind the estranged couple divorce is because Minnie cheated on Quinton with her alleged long-time boyfriend Edwin Sodi - this news trended after an entertainment blogger Musa Khawula claimed.
However, Minnie released a statement denying the infidelity claims and threatened to sue the people who are responsible for circulating false information about her marriage and family.
"We have been made aware of various allegations regarding our divorce circulating on social media since yesterday. All the allegations made are false, damaging and malicious. Fabrications of such a damaging manner are both unnecessary and hurtful in a matter that is already sensitive to us". The couple joint statement read.
Tweeps slammed Minnie, claiming that the statement is one-sided and called for Quinton to verify the statement.
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