Manaka Manaka rejects the presence of a man in her life, but she does not mind becoming a mother

Manaka Manaka rejects the presence of a man in her life, but she does not mind becoming a mother

 

Manaka Manaka rejects the presence of a man in her life, but she does not mind becoming a mother


Generations: The Legacy actress Manaka Ranaka has weighed in on a debate around the custom of serving food to men and waiting on bended knee until they were done.

The star sparked fierce debate on social media recently when she posted an image of a lady on bended knee, serving her husband.

Commenting on the custom, Manaka said she could never see herself adopting it.

“Never! Then when are the youngsters gonna get the eye they deserve and wish if we are busy kneeling for adults that want more attention than the youngsters they brought into this world?


“Where I come from, children are more important than him and that i. Imagine the baby crying her lungs out while mommy is forced to ignore the kid, kneeling for daddy to end eating. Hayi, never. Shem.”

Others appeared to share Manaka’s sentiments;

‘Gonyewe them. When will my kids eat? I’d rather drink wine and sing Teletubbies song’

‘Andizi kulo combi🙅‍♀️🙅‍♀️I kneel right down to God n him only’

‘Never! Would never even serve him like that, including the kneeling until he finishes🤣’

She added that she would “rather be one mother” than combat the practice, sparking anger among some followers who accused her of being judgmental and urging her to try to her research before posting.

Manaka Manaka rejects the presence of a man in her life, but she does not mind becoming a mother
They claimed Manaka had misinterpreted the custom and was mocking it.

“What tribe did I mention? It’s okay if you kneel for him, ain’t nothing wrong, nana. It’s your culture, your choice. But mina I won’t and you shouldn’t blame me for (not) accepting patriarchy and its ways,” Manaka responded.

TshisaLive