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Mzansi Left In Disbelief By How Khuli Roberts Treats Her Maid

Read on to find out what Kuli Roberts did for her maid.

The well-known broadcaster and South Africa's beauty and fashion icon is fighting to make ends meet.

 

Kuli Roberts recently lost her job, and she had to cancel her R1000+ subscription since she couldn't afford it any more. Khuli Roberts, on the other hand, begged her son for his Netflix credentials so she might at least have something to keep her occupied since she couldn't afford the R1000+ membership she used to pay.

 Kuli Roberts also stated that she had to pick between keeping her 15-year-old maid (who she had to let go because she couldn't afford to pay her) and selling her luxury automobile in order to continue paying her maid because cars are replaceable but people are not.

 

What she has done for her maid is significant, as she has sacrificed her automobile to feed someone's family.

 As she does not possess a car, she is compelled to take Ubers wherever she goes. To do so, she is incredibly humble and fearless. Kuli, I hope you recover quickly.

A lot of people would not have done what she did, and this just shows what an incredible human being she is, especially letting go of her most expansive vehicle. 

In society, most helpers are treated badly by the people they work for. Some of them are not even treated like they matter or like humans. It is especially hard for many people during these difficult times. Their finances are not the same any more, and most people have had to retrench the people who work for them.

Khuli Roberts could have easily fired her maid, but instead she chose to save her from struggling financially too, and this left Mzansi in disbelief at how she treated her maid.

 

Would you treat your helper the same way?

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