M-Net silent on violence between Wendy and Nonhle

Nonhle Ndala Wendy Parker (Instagram)
Nonhle Ndala Wendy Parker (Instagram)

Johannesburg- M-Net remains silent following a violent altercation between Diski Divas, Wendy Parker and Nonhle Ndala on Friday evening. 

The two reality stars were marched out of Kaya FM studios last night, after a heated argument turned physical between the ladies live on air. 

Insiders have revealed to The Juice that the fight doesn't come as a surprise as tension between the ladies has been brewing for a while. "The fight isn't a surprise as the tension has been brewing for a long time. The fight was really hectic and violent," says our source. 

As also previously reported by The Juice, the tension between the five Diski Divas has been a talking point since the debut of the show. Just moments after the debacle Wendy told The Juice, that Nonhle "racially insulted her" and  labelled the remarks and insults to the other ladies, Kat and Felicia as "abuse." 

Meanwhile, Drum magazine is reporting that charges have been laid with police by Nonhle, but M-Net is yet to confirm these claims. 

However, another source has told us that the entire incident was caught on camera as a Diski Divas film crew was at the studios to document the interview. If charges were laid this footage is expected to be used as evidence. 

Speaking to The Juice on Saturday morning Wendy revealed that she has no knowledge about the charges. 

"I don't know anything about the charges laid as no one from Diski Divas or the police have contacted me yet. Maybe they're planning to block me from the show," Wendy said. 

M-Net is yet to comment on the incident.

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