The highly anticipated reality show of dj Zinhle is finally here and fans have so much to talk about.
As much as the soon to be mother of two is private when it comes to her personal life, the reality show gives everyone a glimpse of her life behind closed doors. And fans of the Umlilo hitmaker have never been more thrilled to learn more about her.
One scene that caught people's attention was when the dj was enjoying dinner with her family and she was asked when her boyfriend Murdah Bongz will come and pay for the damages. Apparently dj Zinhle's response was not what everyone expected including the viewers at home.
It turns out that Murdah Bongz won't be paying for the damages because his culture forbids him to do so. Surprisingly his culture won't allow him to pay damages for a lady who already has a child. DJ Zinhle didn't seem ashamed neither offended when she explained this to her family.
However it seems like her family strongly disagrees with her. They want Murduh Bongz to obey the Zulu culture by paying for the damages. Only time will tell how the issue of two cultures will be resolved. Meanwhile fans can stay tuned to another episode next week.
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