Anele Mdoda stated that the viral V-class video has made her anxious and brought back horrible memories for her. This comes after a video of a guy pulling a lady out of his Mercedes-Benz V-Class went popular on social media, leaving many people puzzled about what transpired. On Wednesday, the media personality turned to Twitter to remark that the video reminded her of a man she previously dated who would angrily shout at her to "get the f*ck out of his house" whenever they had a quarrel in their relationship.
"That V-class video is upsetting to me because I used to date a man who would order me to 'get the f*ck out of my house' whenever we disagreed or fought. It didn't matter how much money I had or how well I cared for the house; that's all I was reduced to. "Just be kind, guys," Anele said on Twitter. Needless to say, Anele has ended the relationship and hasn't looked back, as the media star made it obvious she left the man following his most recent tantrum.
"One day he said to me, "Get the f*ck out of my house," and I did. "This is the end." She's made it plain in the few instances she's spoken about her love life that she takes her time while dating someone. Anele told Masechaba Ndlovu on Power 98.7 last year: "I'm in the process of getting to a position where I'm seeing someone." I'm seeing someone, but we haven't started dating yet, but we will." She posted this informative comment on finding a life partner on her Instagram:
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