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Jackie Ngarande gets social media backlash

Jackie Ngarande

Socialite Jackie Ngarande got a lot of flak on social media after posting a video of a woman sleeping in a kombi. Jackie post as hidey why do women sleep like this mukombi, lam sorry I had to record it just in case she gets in trouble wherever she goes because I had to jump off at the next stop and leave her alone with mahwindi. Mukadzi mukuru kubuda marute mukombi nekurara.Jackie Ngarande

zvibaite madzimai.. Musatizembere we are married esp with makeup’ was posted on her Facebook page ‘jackie Ngarande official. Netizens did not take kindly to it most citing ‘irresponsibility’ on Jackie’s part for sharing that sort of video.

Jackie Ngarande

Why recording a video of someone without their consent and humiliating them on social media.dai vari Sisi or amai vako vaida here kuti vanzwai.This is so wrong.” Commented one user while some of them pleaded with her to remove the video.

According to reports by Zim Celebs, the woman’s sister identified as Tendai pleaded with Ngarande to delete the video.

Jackie Ngarande

Jackie apologised and promised to compensate the woman in the video with ‘1000 Us Dollars’. Tendai Muyatwa with all due respect tell your sister to contact me ,I would like to compensate her for this video with 1000usd..Hidey hasn’t responded either .I want to say sorry to your sister with a small token ,I own this page so everything that happens here ,I am held responsible. My number is +26377215**** tell your sister to contact me. Once again I apologize”. She responded.

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