On Wednesday's episode of House if Zwid, Faith Zwide got to meet Nkosi's girlfriend, Shoki who had dropped by at their mansion unannounced. Faith was disgusted to see the girl, a girl she considered vermin, beneath her.
Nkosi Zwide made the point to remind Faith that she herself was from Tembisa, the same township Shoki is from. Nkosi and his father, who had entered the room silently called Faith a gold digger, the same insult she had called Shoki. (Gold digger is not really an insult I know).
It's interesting though to see how Faith appears to hate township people. She seems intent to separate herself from everything she considers ghetto and township. Uncle Carter even mentioned that Faith once hit a man with a chicken for looking at her.
Conceited that Faith. Anyway it seems Nkosi finally had his way after his father supported him. Faith will not have made the millions of South Africans who hate her like her a little bit better.
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