Moja Love is being dragged on twitter after airing its first episode of, ‘After Tears’ where they followed the family of Kabelo, a 27-year old dancer and entertainer.
Brand new show #AfterTears ,Kabelo's family and friends bid goodbye to a vibrant young man. He was known as `Mlajero' – a fun loving 27 year old that was popular for his dance moves and hosting the best parties.
Starts 1 October 2019 at 21h30 on Moja LOVE DStv pic.twitter.com/RiOUjhhULg
— MojaLoveTv DStv Channel 157 (@MojaLoveTv) September 28, 2019
Rage sparked when Kabelos HIV/AIDS status was revealed on national television and tweeps reacted, accusing Moja Love of being insensitive and disrespectful while others came to the channels rescue.
Moja love has no limit.
Kule channel akekho okhuza omunye.
This is trash.
Watch kyknet and see how Afrikaners embrace their culture and instil positive vibes.
Thina its about cheating, vat n sit, absent fathers, funerals, anything which badly represents black ppl#AfterTears
— Son of Biko (@Owami_Dlamini) October 1, 2019
Moja Love and Multichoice commercializing on skewed black negative socioeconomic issues. At this rate I wouldn't be surprised if they launch a show called Mavuzo Stockvel
— Nandi🔥Cakes (@CakesNandi) October 1, 2019
South Africans are two faced for real, you grew up watching reality shows from overseas, watching di lifestyle tsa bathong ba bangwe… Jiki jiki @MojaLoveTv brings the same concept but with our kind of lifestyle, y'all complaining? #AfterTears
— Mpho Sebotsa (@La_Rocka9) October 1, 2019
-Honestly Speaking, Somebody should tell MoJa Love Producers that NOT everything should be on TV. Yoo. Some of these shows are ridiculous. Is this Channel run by clout chasers? 😑
— `Tutan (@Fankie_Mzimela) October 1, 2019