Is Mmabatho’s Emotion Towards The Passing Away Of Shaka Justifiable? #TheQueenMzansi

Is Mmabatho’s Emotion Towards The Passing Away Of Shaka Justifiable? #TheQueenMzansi On Monday, Dingane went to tell Mmabatho that Shaka was found deceased but the wife did not seem to care about his passing away.

On Friday the body of Shaka Khoza was found by Vuyiswa and Sthembiso on ‘The Queen‘. On Monday, Dingane went to tell Mmabatho that Shaka was found deceased but the wife did not seem to care about his passing away. When Gracious and Goodness also wanted to know how she feels, she acted as if everything was normal. Her reaction to Shaka having passed away had some tweeps frustrated. This raises a question of whether her reaction is justifiable, considering that he killed her mother.

One tweep says, “No mercy…Mmabatho is hardcore. She remains expressionless after hearing of Shaka’s death…” One tweep believes that this will eat her up inside. One tweep says, “Mmabatho will slowly die inside, she’s grieving differently…” One tweep says, “Mmabatho is bottling everything up…She’ll explode hey!” One tweep says, “I feel sorry for Mmabatho…the pain that comes after denial hits different…”

One tweep says, “…and Mmabatho is so cold. How does a person hate her husband so much though? How is it possible that one day you are head over heels with someone and the next you hate them so much?” One tweep says, “so waited for Mmabatho’s reaction all weekend for this.” Some tweeps say the reaction she had is justifiable. One tweep says, “Y’all expected Mmabatho to cry? Why would you cry for someone who killed you mother? Your whole mother?” One tweep says, “I think I’d feel just like Mmabatho if I found out that my hubby killed my mother then lied [to] my face [about] it…”

The tweets:

by Alexandra Ramaite

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