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Social Media reacts to video of Uncle Waffles looking ‘uncomfortable’

Uncle Waffles

Uncle Waffles has topped Twitter’s trending list over the last two weeks as tweeps gushed over her ability to entertain hundreds of party-goers with her dance moves. This time, tweeps are defending her after noticing she looked “uncomfortable” while one-half of the Major League DJz duo grabbed her around her waist.

Uncle Waffles was one of the few Mzansi celebs and influencers who attended the Remy Martin Team Up dinner on Tuesday 2 November at the luxury Four Seasons Hotel: The Westcliff, in Johannesburg.

The dinner was hosted by rapper and entrepreneur Riky Rick. Other celebs who attended the event were Mr JazziQ, Uncle Vinny, Big Zulu and Amapiano DJ DBN Gogo.

During the dinner, some of the celebs and influencers seemed to huddle together for a photo when one half of the Major League DJz was standing behind Uncle Waffles and grabbed her around her waist.

Several tweeps were quick to notice that Uncle Waffles looked uncomfortable. One tweep even mentioned the Major League DJz member grabbing the 21-year-old DJ’s waist was “cringe-worthy”.

One tweep wrote: “That industry is full of disgusting predators in all angles. predators of people’s talent. predators of people’s bodies. sies.”

Another wrote: “Before she spots the camera, it looks like she made a face. Yaze ya-uncomfortable ingane.”

-News365.co.za

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Zodwa Wabantu

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