Lady Zamar was labeled toxic on Twitter after Enhle Mbali’s leaked audio confirming polygamy went viral Tweeps said they don’t see a difference between Lady Zamar, who “falsely” accused S’java of molestation and Enhle, who also accused Black Coffee of domestic abuse However, some netizens defended the women, claiming that none of the allegations were thoroughly debunked.
Taking to Twitter, a fed-up individual with the “I believe her” campaign, which provides a platform for victims of domestic abuse to speak out, dragged the stars.
According to @Shoony_SA, the controversial movement taught him that the female celebrities who accused their ex-baes of domestic abuse are both toxic. Lady Zamar accused former bae, S’java, of molestation while Enhle claimed Black Coffee was abusive in their marriage.
South Africans shared mixed reactions to the controversial tweet. Women were outraged, claiming that Enhle’s affair with a married man doesn’t erase the alleged abuse she suffered at the hands of Black Coffee.
Enhle Mbali and Lady Zamar helped me see how toxic this “I believe her” culture is. pic.twitter.com/9u58UtCIet
— Commissar Shonny 🐸 (@Shonny_SA) January 10, 2023
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