Busiswa Gets Called Out By Dineo Langa For Misunderstanding Her Tweet. Musician Busiswa and actress Dineo Langa exchanged some words on social media.
Musician Busiswa and actress Dineo Langa exchanged some words on social media. This was due to a bit of a misunderstanding between the both of them. The actress worked on resolving the misunderstanding issue between the both of them.
This was due to the musician’s response to a tweet by Dineo Langa calling out politicians who don’t wear masks in public gatherings. ‘Unfortunately for her members of public office will be taking to task when breaking the law. There is a level of irony & reality in that moment. One that says tax payers can get arrested for not wearing a mask but politicians won’t. Everyone must be called out B,” says the actress. This was her response to a tweet by her mother and media personality Kgomotso Moeketsi, who was also against the action by the premier. This comes after the Mpumalanga premier Refilwe Mtsweni-Tsipane had social media going crazy. The premier was seen not wearing a mask at the late Minister in the Presidency Jackson Mthembu’s funeral.
The musician responded by saying that grief hits people in different ways. “We all know for sure that grief hits us in horrendous & different ways. [To] bury your famous father within 3 days of learning of his passing, is a trauma of a unique kind. [You] can’t be a school principal on ‘she wanted attention’ vibes…Covid is dealing every 1 a sad goodbye,” says Busiswa. The actress had the musician taking an L for her response. “Take the L Sis. You read to respond and not to understand. This wasn’t about Thuli. This was about the Mpumalanga MP who ignored Covid19 protocols. No one is policing grief. We are calling out a member of government,” says Dineo Langa.
The musician apologised and stated that she thought that the daughter was the one who was being judged. Now, the Minister of police Bheki Cele states that Refilwe Mtsweni-Tsipane has a criminal record because of not wearing a mask, she also paid a R1500 fine at her local police station at Emalahleni, Mpumalanga.
by Alexandra Ramaite