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Minnie Dlamini’s post leaves social media talking

Mzansi TV personality, Minnie Dlamini has been showered with positive messages following a cryptic social media post. This post came at a time when trolls are having a field day with her and her ex-husband Quinton Jones‘ failed marriage.

Minnie posted her first social media post, 7 days after releasing a statement denying the cheating allegations, which apparently saw the end of her marriage. A Twitter blogger accused Minnie of having an affair with popular businessman Edwin Sodi. Minnie denied this and even threatened legal action.

The TV presenter shared a motivational post about people looking back and admiring the journey they took because it made them come this far.

People showered Minnie with kind words looking at her post where she is draped in a green dress that almost exposes her backside.

Others offer comforting words telling her to not engage with the hate she is receiving on Twitter.

@zann_double_ss: “I wish I could give you the biggest hug for all that vile stuff they’ve been saying about you on that other app.”

@ntuthu_mbalo: “Oh don’t go there I just can’t imagine how she feels and her family but a wise man once said “let go and let God ” Themba 2022. God is in control she is strong.”

@jeqezi: “Yes you do and you realise that God has been beside you all the way and still is. You’re beautiful inside out.

 

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Source: News365.co.za

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