Tshepi Vundla has issued an apology after backlash from social media over old tweet and recent comment she made in an “On The Table” podcast.
As you know the 30-year-old influencer was under hot water after video of hers critizing dependent women in “On The Table” episode hosted by Tshepi Mabs, Noluthando Nkwali and DJ Black Velvet went viral on social media.
In relation to recent comment, it prompt social media detectives to recall her past tweet, on which she body-shamed people.
After the backlash, Tshepi influencer decided to deactivate her account for a while, then get back with apology statement.
The statement read: “I would like to apologise for my past posts on social media. They were mean and demeaning and there is no excuse for them.
“There is no way for me to erase the past. All I can do is learn from my mistakes and carry the learning with me moving forward,” she said about the old tweets.
With regards to the panel chat that started the fire, Tshepi said she never intended to offend anyone with her comments.
“There was absolutely no malice intended and I blame this on my poor choice of words,” she said.
Tshepi Vundla vowed to be a better person going forward.
“Through time I have grown as a woman, partner and, most importantly, a mother. I have learnt many lessons on this journey, including kindness and empathy and that is how I live my life now and part of the lessons I impart on my son as well.”