Tobeka, may I call you, Madam?
I read the article about you in this week's issue of YOU magazine, which was in very bad taste.
I recall a previous article about another of your 'perfect' husband's wives who is apparently also a wonderful woman. Isn't he so blessed?
My personal opinion is that there is nothing commendable about you, her, the other two, and, in all likelihood, those to follow.
You are all spoilt, ignorant and lazy, living lavishly off the over burdened taxpayer, not to mention the numerous offspring, courtesy of your husband, that we are forced to maintain.
You are so proud of your 30kg weight loss. Do you ever think that the masses suffering from starvation wish they had your problem?
Ooh, Michelle Obama gave you advice and would love to follow you on Instagram. Oh, wow. Did you perhaps give her advice on how to destroy a country's economy and this is why America is now on the verge of bankruptcy?
A Beacon of Hope, are you? You say, you are passionate about ordinary people and having an impact on their lives. So, if a woman is not married to your husband, is she ordinary? What impact have you had on any woman's life? Where is the proof? Wearing a pink ribbon does not cut it.
After you have presented yourself in public, you can always go home, leaving other people's misery behind, and be photographed posing on a kitsch staircase for a magazine.
You dismiss criticism with an elegant wave of your manicured hand. Of course you would. You learnt how to dismiss criticism from your husband.
You said: "I like to provide hope to them so that they know there's light at the end of the tunnel." Who is them, and what hope is there after nearly twenty years?
Light at the end of the tunnel? Eskom has already switched that light off.
Yes, we did expect the interior of Dube House to be this posh. We are not fools. As we expected this common flaunting of what really belongs to us.
So, this is one of the two properties belonging to you Madam, that we are aware of. Not bad for a previous bank employee, wouldn't you agree? Your other 8.8 million property in Durban North is being renovated, so now you have to contend with Dube House. We feel for you, we really do.
And, the Calvin Klein dress and R2 000 kitten heels. How often do you shop until you drop with your bestie, Grace Mugabe?
Nkandla, where you need to relax from doing nothing. "And, once in a while a spa treatment is really good," you say, with a laugh. You and your husband laugh a lot. Ha. Ha.
"It's not always easy being the wife of a President," you add.
Oh please, just shut it, will you, Madam?
AN ORDINARY PERSON
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