In the wake of the social media storm that followed Mshoza’s video about not dating men with less than a million in their accounts, she’s slammed claims that the video was all for “hype”

Two weeks ago Mshoza made headlines across the country and topped trends lists as the video went viral. In it, Mshoza made it clear that men needed to be on the same standard as the woman they were asking out.

“Me, just when I am naked, with this body and that’s before I wear the bra and the panties, I’m worth more than R300 000. That is just my breast, bum, nose. I am worth R500 000 actually when I think of the nose,” she said.

She went on to add that her face cream alone costs R6 000 so her ‘girlfriend allowance’ needs to be substantial.

During an interview with TshisaLIVE, Mshoza addressed claims that it was all to seek relevance

“I do not need hype for my music, as I create classic hits. I was a superstar way before hype was a thing. I use social media platforms to get across some truth about me and sometimes it shakes up the country,” Mshoza said.

She added that social media is an important tool with which to discuss such issues and advised women to know their worth.

“We need to talk more about such topics (the changing standards of women) as we are moving to the next century. Times are changing. The most important message to all ladies out there, work your ass hard, and when a guy comes to you, he must up the game to spice the relationship up. I am attracted to hardworking ladies as friends, no off.”