Haibo what did Kabza do to Mihlali?

Haibo what did Kabza do to Mihlali?

Mihlali Ndamase just came for amapiano pioneer and our favourite milk drinker; Kabza De Small, if her tweet is anything to go by.

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The issue started when a tweep that wanted to her chances took to the Twitter and asked if rumors that the one half of popular amapiano, Scorpion Kings, has an affinity for pretty girls. Baby girl used the term, “iyfebe,” which was a term that had sent Mihlali over, just last week. Confused? Here is a quick catch up session.

The creator of now popular term, “tsi,” had posted a vlog playing a drinking game called “Spill or Sip.” The vlog featured friend and fellow influencer, Tebogo Leburu. During the vlog Mihlali let us know that she is “mingling,” meaning that home girl has a few situation-ships. Although she did make it clear that there was only one that she was currently tlof-tlof’ing, that she was open to dates and casual meet ups.

Her story drew criticism from men, with an unnamed follower claiming that she is promoting promiscuity or “bofebe.” Mihlali than addressed the matter in a series of heated Instagram stories. The rant on the app gave birth to one of the star’s most iconic phrases of this year, which was, “This is not your mother’s house!” Moreover, the rant positioned Mihlali as one of the popular media personalities that advocate for gender equity and women’s right to have autonomy over their own bodies.

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But then Mihlali seems to have contradicted herself or just simply shady when she commented on Kabza De Small’s bedroom matters. Mihlali addressed the matter of whether Kabza De Small has an affinity for “iy’febe” by writing that, “He’s a DJ love.” For emphasis, Mihlali went on to add a skull emoji, basically saying enter with caution if the tweep ever wanted a chance to be with him.

Comments on the post concurred that Mihlali was being a bit shady. There were some comments that suggested that Kabza had dated one of the “Have Faith” reality co-stars between Faith Nketsi or Kim Kholiwe. The suggestion would explain Faith Nketsi brief hip-hop career which was backed by DJ Maphorisa’s record label, BlaqBoy Music. Moreover, with little-to-nothing is known about Kabza’s love life, who knows if Mihlali is speaking from experience.

Mihlali is clearly not about men on her timeline. The star commented on another post from a male tweep that attempted to celebrate not being a perpetrator of gender-based-violence. Sis’ let it be known that it was nothing to celebrate, because the “bar is so low.”

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