It cannot be denied that The River’s return to our screens was the much needed daily drama that everyone needed. Before the first episode aired since the popular telenovela took a break from screens due to a schedule breakdown brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. The show proved that it still has that thing, after trending long after airing their return episode.
But before the show could even air the lead character, Lindiwe Dikana, which is played by Sindi Dlathu had already started trending. Her name was prompted up on the trends list after a tweep asked between Lindiwe Dikana and The Queen’s Harriet Khoza, played by Connie Ferguson, who would you pick to fight for you.
While many tweeps commended Harriet for getting away with her husband’s death, many felt that the comparison was “disrespectful” to Madlantu, “after her comes Kalashnikov, the one who breastfed the devil. 10111 ibiza yena mak’shubile.”
The comments made it clear that Lindiwe’s character is formidable and is a testament to the former Muvhango actress’ acting ability. Sindi has provided a much loved to be hated character that currently does not have comparison anywhere on television.
Pick your fighter pic.twitter.com/M0lzmKhHr6
— Sikelela M. (@ForeverShakes) May 25, 2020
Harriet killed her husband and got away with it till this day
— Jabulanimbayela⚡ (@MacdMbayela) May 25, 2020
We don’t know her or care. Lindiwe takes the trophy.
— Mboni Mushiana (@mbonii) May 25, 2020
Lindiwe Dikana aka Madlabantu 😍😍 after her comes Kalashnikov madoda 🔥🔥 10111 ibiza yena makushubile. The queen is back on our screens tonight on #TheRiver1Magic at 20:00pm every weekday. TV issa bout to be LIT LIT again. #FansOfSindiDlathu pic.twitter.com/vK3ugz1bwK
— SindiDlathuFans (@FansOfS_Dlathu) May 25, 2020
In other news – Fan tells Khanyi Mbau she is slowly becoming an Albino, and this is Her response
Media personality Khanyi Mbau is not fazed by negative comments regarding how light her skin complexion is apparently becoming. The media personality proved how tough she was when she had to face a Twitter troll who suggested her skin was far too light.
This comes after Khanyi posted a picture of herself and it led to many ridiculing her skin-lightening procedures. Khanyi soon found herself being cyberbullied, with many followers attacking her skin choice and asking why she was glorifying being light-skinned. continue reading