Moja Love employee MamaKaNone, who is yet to make her first appearance on the big screen, might have jeopardized her job with a controversial tweet that promotes gender-based violence (GBH).
Using her Twitter handle @MamaKaNone, she replied to Zodwa’s claims that former lover Vusi scammed her. Zodwa says she has opened a case against her former Ben 10 and wants him alive. She tweeted:
“I want Zodwa to find Vusi… Stab him 300 times and burn him inside that Audi and see what y’all will say after that.”
She later deleted the tweet after realizing that a hashtag for her fall began trending. “Hi guys, I acknowledge that what I tweeted was wrong hence I deleted it. I was in no way promoting GBH,” she wrote.
After facing some backlash through the #MamaKaNoneMustFall hashtag, she apologized. She wrote that she was “trash, insensitive, inhuman, deserves to fall and be unfollowed’ but sought forgiveness from those willing to forgive her.
I am trash
I am insensitive
I am inhumane
I deserve to fall
I deserve to be unfollowed
I deserve everything you guys say about me.
But to those who are willing to forgive me I sincerely apologize.#Mamakanonemustfall
— Thembisile Q (@Thembisile_Q) August 11, 2020
In another tweet, she said she was trying to be “sarcastic of which I failed dismally.”
Tweeps called out her employers, Moja Love, to break ties with her because as one user wrote, “we can’t allow such vile people on our tv screens” and begged the channel to “cancel the show.”
After her image was trashed, she thought it was time to clap back. And she left no stone unturned.
— Marxist (@Kgomo389) August 11, 2020
August is women’s month and the nation expects that social issues such as GBH are addressed. However, it becomes a bit complex if someone advocates for violence, even if it was done in error.
She did well by apologizing because, at the end of the day, we all make mistakes. Does she deserve to fall or is it fair to ask for her employer to fire her in these tough times?
Let us know in the comments section.