Mzansi actress Pearl Thusi and musician Zinhle Jiyane aka DJ Zinhle have been bestie goals for a while now. For the last few months, however, the pair haven’t been serving as much friendship content as they have in the past. In fact, Pearl Thusi recently left many of her followers speculating about the state of their friendship after sharing a very sad and slightly shady Instagram Story about friendships and how despite getting no support from her friends, she’ll always be supportive of them.
Friendships come and go – especially here in South Africa amongst celebrities who often fall in and out of friendships with each other.
It looks like another friendship may have hit the dust and it’s one that many people were not expecting.
Pearl Thusi recently left many wondering what’s happening between her and DJ Zinhle who appear to have drifted apart over the last few months.
The pair who have left many green with envy as they showed off their friendship goals, don’t post each other as frequently and are now even throwing shade on Instagram – or at least Pearl is.
Taking to her Instagram, Pearl shared a quote about friendships and how friends should support and lift each other consistently.
commenting to the quote she wrote how she’s not sure if friendships are still the way even though she stays supportive – regardless of whether she is receiving support or not:
“Yeah I don’t know about this anymore. But I really can’t stop myself. Love is love.”
Gossip blogger Musa Khawula posted screenshots of the IG story leaving many people sharing their thoughts on Zinhle and her lack of support for Pearl.
Pearl Thusi finally realised that being a DJ Zinhle simp isn't worth it. pic.twitter.com/lrVdYNZDwo
— Musa Khawula (@MusaKhawula) July 16, 2022
“One-sided support. She deserves better. DJ Z didn’t post her on her birthday, but she posted Brandon on his birthday, posted AKA on fathers day. Posted a whole lot of other people around her circle on their special days – but just not Pearl. I would have taken my L already.”
“Reciprocity has been replaced by selfishness in society, that’s why marriages, friendships, and all other relationships don’t last. People want fans in their lives, not people that they can love and respect.”