Nonhle Jali makes controversial statements about alcohol ban being lifted

Nonhle Jali
Nonhle Jali
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Fitness coach and wife of Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder Andile Jali, Nonhle Jali has resurfaced on social media and she made her return with some controversial statements. Just months after apologising for her previous outbursts on Instagram Live earlier this year, the 30-year-old recently took to Instagram Live to express her excitement about government lifting the alcohol ban and shamed those who will be standing in long queues while waiting to buy their beverage of choice.

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“Tomorrow you will be stamping on each other’s bunions, running and queueing like alcoholics. But we were smart, what did we do? We did e-commerce. We ordered alcohol online because we are the Beyoncé. We are ready. We have crystal,” she said showing a box of what looks like alcohol.

Her statement had people on social media talking.


Nonhle is no stranger to controversy and has had awkward moments on social media.

Earlier in the year, she went live on an Instagram rampage stating that her husband’s Mamelodi Sundowns salary was not sufficient for her lifestyle.

“There’s no money at Sundowns,” she said.

“Even when they win a cup, you can’t even see where that money is because it goes towards the school fees of Junior, Cupcake, and Amahle (Andile’s other children). “I’m supposed to be wearing long Peruvian inches (wigs) to show that my man can afford, but here I am in braids,” she said in the video.

 But she has since apologised for shaming her husband on social media.

“I apologise to those that were offended by it, it was not my intention. What was said in the video was not a true reflection of events. He also jokingly says the same and we just tease each other about it. I did different videos about different subjects for humour and unfortunately it wasn’t well received. Apologies to my family, apologies to my followers; this will never happen again,” she wrote in a statement.