Being a celebrity has it’s own ups and downs. One of the downs many celebrities face is always having people stick their noses in to your business or private life. Privacy is a right that all people deserve no matter their social status but clearly there’s no such thing as privacy in celebville. One celebrity who recently had to put a follower in their place is Unathi.
This comes after Idols SA judge Unathi Nkayi posted a picture of herself with Anele Mdoda on her Instagram page. The star captioned the picture:” You are joy and love personified @zintathu. Thank you Tshomam for being you. Thank you for what you are to all of us. Thank you for coming onto @kayaon959 for some #Middayjoy. Also How hot and deeply happy are you? I’ll post the full into shortly.”
Responding to Unathi’s post, one follower said:” Ezika Bad Boy T,” followed with love and fire emojis. It wasn’t long before Idols SA judge responded to the follower and said:” It’s been five years now. Move on and let the father of my children be happy, please.”
Being in the public eye comes with a price and lots of challenges because you are expected to put up a brave front, but Unathi didn’t do that. She responded to the follower. Her marriage to Thomas Msengana broke down after she discovered that he was allegedly "sexting" a woman.
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Screenshot of comments Credit: Unathi’s Instagram @unathi.co
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