The Queen actress Zenande Mfenyana’s face spotted on a poster at public clinic, begs Fans not to attack her. The Queen actress Zenande Mfenyana pleaded with her followers to never judge her when they see her on a public clinic poster. She said she got to take care of her baby girl.

The Queen actress Zenande Mfenyana’s face spotted on a poster at public clinic, begs Fans not to attack her

Taking to Twitter, Zenande said she will do whatever it takes for her baby, she said she does not need anyone’s approval.

“Guys if you see my face on a poster in a public clinic, don’t judge. I need to feed my child…Context for those asking about my previous tweet. Someone said to me “you won’t believe who’s face is on the poster at … clinic” and before she could tell me, I told her I don’t want to know, whoever it was, they did what they had to do to put food on the table.

“Would she have been as judgemental and shocked if that poster was at a private hospital? I doubt it. And I thought to myself, f*ck it, I’m doing what I need to do for my child I don’t need approval from anyone to put food on the table” she tweeted.

On her Instagram post, she said her daughter needs to know that she will forever be there for her no matter how old she gets.

 

“My daughter should know that no matter where she goes and how old she grows, I’ll always walk this journey of life with her. @lollaandben thank you for being a part of our journey and for making our walks all that more comfortable and memorable.”

Zenande was blessed with a beautiful baby girl last year, even though she does not share her baby pictures a lot, she always speak about her motherhood experience. Sharing some of her best memories with her baby recently she tweeted: “My love angel hasn’t seen me all day, all she wanted when I walked through the door are cuddles and the boob, now she’s taking a nap, it’s not her nap time, but I’m bending the rules just for today. Hopefully, by 8 pm, she’ll still be ready for bed.”

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She said having a child made her aware of many things that she was not aware of before giving birth.

“I didn’t know I was ambidextrous till I had my daughter…I also didn’t know that I can do soooo many things with one hand, and don’t get me started on being fully functional on such little sleep. Amazing. Being a mother is magical,” she tweeted.

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