It's no secret that Tamia Mpisane and Citelo Shozi are dealing with the love rival of Royal AM President Andile Mpisane. This was especially the case after Shauwn Mkhize's son, Tamia, married in front of baby Mom Sithelo in what was described as a "gun wedding".
But Tamia was responding to Twitter comments about their relationship, which she made fun of after being spotted in the luxury car once driven by Citelo Shozi, who preceded her. Tamia Mpisane - who is usually tight-lipped about rumors of her private life - responded to the tweep's quip.
She replied to the post: "Nawe uyafuna uk'shoota nayo? [Would you like to take a picture with him too?]". Nawe uyafuna uk'shoota nayo? Tamia Mpisane's wild applause was met with praise from her followers. Tamiiiiaaaaaa man.
But others use fasting as a means to get more beef among the women. Meanwhile, Tamia Mpisane and Sitello shared a similar story on Instagram on the last day; one for time quotes and the other idolizing Hollywood couple.
What are your thoughts concerning this scandal?
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