'So much entitlement': Tweeps defend KFC couple's private wedding ceremony
Although many people are upset that the Mzansi's favourite 'KFC couple' are expected to tie the knot at an undisclosed location, there has also been a lot of support for Nonhlanhla Soldaat and Hector Mkansi.
Soldaat, 37, and Mkansi, 38, will wed in a much-anticipated private ceremony on Tuesday. They announced that only family and close friends would attend the wedding.
The couple made headlines in November after a video of Mkansi proposing to Soldaat at a KFC outlet went viral on social media.
After social media fans took to Twitter express their disappointment at the move to make the wedding private, many came to the couple's defence, saying that the Mkansi and Soldaat never asked for anything.
#KFCcouple has always said they wanted an intimate wedding! They are well within their rights to only invite friends and family. Imagine having strangers from twitter on your big day? People are so entitled— nthabi (@nthabeemosh) December 31, 2019
Black Twitter and their entitlement 🙄 yall are fake helpers that do things for clout🤨. The couple dont know yall, I mean who wants a stranger they dont know on their wedding album? Iyoh le too much shame😂😂😂#KFCcouple— Bunny_ (@Bunnzo) December 31, 2019
#KFCcouple made the right decision, those are normal people wanting a normal wedding without scrutiny etc, if the whole country was invited, can you imagine the chaos? the pressure? Hayi sanuba extra apha, functions tend to be chaotic ku invitwe idolopu, imagine a whole country!— Madam (@madam_expose) December 31, 2019
People are soo mad that #KFCcouple want to keep things private, soo much entitlement rha!— Nosipho Siswana (@noccynyites) December 31, 2019