Itu Khune's sister criticised after posing with his 'new' girlfriend

2014-09-09 13:00


Some people will probably never get over the Minnie and Itu breakup!

This was clear after the soccer player's sister, "Makhune", was attacked on Instagram after posting a picture with Itu's alleged new girlfriend, Vanessa Masilo. The pic, which was captioned: "??????????....# shhh...", rubbed some fans up the wrong way. 

One fan told Itu's sister that she should be hiding in shame because of her actions. "As a woman yourself, know that your cries will be 10 times more than Minnie's cries as you God will pay you back! It's in the Bible. When your crying day comes, you will remember this day as the day you foresaked and mocked Minnie in public, You are the last to do that to Minnie knowing what she did for you, you were supposed to be neutral! Am sure ur parents will be ashamed of u.... While you all sit & cook ways to demean her with lies & actions, Minnie flies high. Blessed w/ pride as she goes to New York, While you and Vanessa sit take selfies of no substance! She is going higher & higher! Am sure you read & saw those lovely KZN pics."

That whole message made us SO exhausted! Sjoe!

One of her other followers stated that she's not a fan of Minnie's, but added: "But this girl is a downgrade for Khune. No wonder she's obsessed with Minnie. Sorry." 

Itu's sister laughed at some of the comments and then said: "success comes in different ways anker....being on TV doesn't make u da shit bcz we both knw hore they mostly depend on media "fans" than themselves ....anyhu lemme just SHHHH and read ur msgs again n again n laugh coz u rily makin ma day ey....but just knw hore there are woman out there working very hard for themselves, depending ko no man bt themselves.....#amen again...entlek can u plz do me a fav n leav me alone cz dzam nigga I have some more selfies to take than entertaining u."


*Picture: Instagram



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