When one has the means, they have the option of paying
someone to do the things that they simply don’t have the time for or that they
When one has the means, they have the option of paying someone to do the things that they simply don’t have the time for or that they hate doing.
For many of us, household chores are a perfect example. Whether it is ironing, cleaning, or doing the laundry. Are there certain things though that should be reserved for every individual to do themselves? Well, according to social media users, yes.
DJ Shimza’s recent Twitter post has caused a bit of controversy.
The house DJ shared with his 1.3-million followers what started out as an innocent post that many South Africans who are now heading back to the reality of work life after the festive season could relate to.
Shimza expressed how much he missed his helper.
However, it was the latter part of his post that caused a debate online. See the post below:
My helper needs to come back now, I’m completely out of socks, Ke setse ka tsa ko bounce, tempted to wear them 😬🤣— SHIMZA (@Shimza01) January 6, 2022
“My helper needs to come back now, I’m completely out of socks, Ke setse ka tsa ko bounce [I’m left with Bounce socks], tempted to wear them”.
Many fans took offence to the notion that Shimza was awaiting his helper so that he could have clean socks, when he could very well wash them himself. Things got even more heated online after one tweep asked Shimza if his helper also washed his underwear, to which Shimza quipped: “It’s part of laundry”.
Read some of the responses to this revelation by Shimza below:
Maybe she cut off toxic people in her life and you are one of them.— Lady_L_Mabuza (@_LeratoMabuza) January 6, 2022
No DJ Shimza as celebrities we need to be examples to our fans we can't be treating our black mothers like this, wash your own socks and undies bro it doesn't hurt.— Collen (@Collen_KM) January 6, 2022
So u can operate cdjs but u can't operate a washing machine with 6 buttons? pic.twitter.com/OnEjjn3rNz— Humble AK (@AbelMnisi) January 6, 2022
Do you think it is appropriate for a helper to wash undergarments?