We reported earlier of a Zimbabwean lady whose visa expires in a month and had gone on social media to beg for money to renew it for fear of being deported.
Rather than having sympathy for her, people have blamed her for living a fake life and being unreasonable for haven’t save up the money required for her visa.
See some reactions below:
A lesson to be learnt from all of this this: Nothing is as it seems on social media #Visabae
— Mercilyne? (@Mercixo) April 4, 2018
I feel like, her boyfriend the other day came on twitter complaining about someone stole their thousand pounds worth of photography equipment. So now they’ve done a gofund me page for a “visa” out of nowhere? Hmmm #visabae
— Babes we???? (@RuvaMaps) April 4, 2018
When Nakita came to cry for us, she took off her make up & switched accents. A pioneer.
This one came to do full face make up & buff tears with the washing machine on in the background. So you mean that your poverty has not driven you to hand-wash your pant? #VisaBae indeed.
— Lillian (@LillzTrackLife) April 4, 2018
The thing that pisses me off the most about #visabae is the fact that she said she quit her job because it wasn’t for her. She knew she had a visa to pay for and the deadline was coming. So now she’s on YouTube begging people who actually WORK for their money to fund her visa ?
— Your Mum. (@_GM512) April 4, 2018
I don’t understand. She knew this day was coming but didn’t save?? I’m tired loool #visabae
— Tired In Advance (@KamoM__) April 4, 2018
As a Nigerian through and through, I am not even shocked at Rutendo’s behaviour tbh. Zimbabweans are the scammers of Africa. #VisaBae
— OM€GA (@_OmegaK) April 4, 2018
Loool wow just realised #visabae has a YouTube channel (rlt). She had time to make ‘hOW we MET’ videos but no time to sort out the visa situation.
— Will’Challa ???? (@knowhowhat) April 4, 2018
So you know how to turn off your insta and YouTube comments but don’t know how to turn off donations? Hmmm?? #visabae
— Leola? (@LeolaMunang) April 4, 2018