“They Are For The Streets”| Zimbabwean “Andrew Tate” Attacks Faith Nketsi, Boity, And Minnie Dlamini
Zimbabwean social media personality Shadaya Knight, who is renowned for his anti-feminist views, recently attacked South African celebrities Minnie Dlamini, Boity Thulo, and Faith Nketsi for their failed relationships.
Shadaya left no stone unturned as he also attacked the trio’s former lovers whom he accused of trying to become heroes by succeeding where others had failed.
He cautioned men against pursuing relationships with women, whom he branded “slay queens.”
According to Shadaya, these women are chronic cheaters who will continue to be unfaithful regardless of their marital status.
Shadaya also advised men to be cautious in their romantic pursuits and to avoid the potential pitfalls of dating “slay queens.”
“Don’t be like these m€n, they tried to succeed where other men failed. Slay queens have a life contract with the streets, to the streets sh€ lived to the streets sh€ will always return!!!!,” Shadaya tweeted on his Twitter account.
Shadaya’s sentiments on Faith Nketsi, Boity, and Minnie Dlamini have divided opinions as some social media users appear not to agree with him.
The trio’s love lives have been nothing short of a telenovela drama.
Minnie Dlamini and Quinton Jones ended their marriage after living separately for over a year, with rumors circulating on Twitter that Minnie cheated on her husband of four years with businessman Edwin Sodi.
The couple issued a joint statement saying while they were aware of the rumors, they were far from the truth.
Boity Thulo’s actor boyfriend Anton Jeftha reportedly called it quits after he failed to live up to the television personality’s demand for the finer things.
A few days ago, Faith Nketsi had been grabbing headlines following reports that she had moved out of the marital home she shared with her husband businessman Nzuzo Njilo.
According to the reports, Faith’s husband is currently struggling financially leading to the media personality opting to move out.