The new presenter for Mzansi Magic’s hit reality show Our Perfect Wedding, Kayise Ngqula, raised the ire of fans on Sunday night.
The show follows the journey couples take as they head for the altar.
On Sunday, Ngqula angered viewers when she broke the confidence of the bride and asked the groom a question the bride expressly said she did not want to talk about.
Fans took to Twitter, saying Ngqula had disrespected the bride.
It’s not hating when we critique Kayise. For some of us her questions are too personal and she does get a bit loud at times. We just want to enjoy the show, DSTV is already expensive enough so they’d better deliver good content. #OurPerfectWedding
— CELIWE (@CMagagz) February 11, 2018
— Sandile Kekane (@sandilek33) February 11, 2018
— PROUDLY SOUTH AFRICAN (@SofoniYamkela) February 11, 2018
Hmmm, I am not really impressed with how the presenter handled today’s show. The questions asked ay#OurPerfectWedding
— Mtho Chris Mlambo (@C_Cutama) February 11, 2018
The OPW presenter Must Be Crucified for Asking Personal Questions .. last Week we Warned for the very same Nonsense but she is still Continuing #OurPerfectWedding
— Black–2.0 (@Zonk_funk) February 11, 2018
Someone needs to teach this girl what questions to ask and how to ask them! She makes people feel uncomfortable man #OurPerfectWedding
— | ✨KEMI✨| (@Kayme_Lee) February 11, 2018
— Thobile (@thobi_princess) February 4, 2018
Doesn’t the presenter get a briefing from the producers about the type of questions to ask——#OurPerfectWedding
— Boitshwarelo Mothibi (@boitshwarelogm) February 11, 2018
She didn’t want to talk about kids and instead of respecting her wishes, you then asked the husband in her absence. THAT IS SO DISRESPECTFUL- YOU —- OWE —- HER —- AN —- APOLOGY #OurPerfectWedding #opwmzansi #opw
— FunkyFK (@FunkyFK) February 4, 2018
Fans of the show also appear to think Kayise is too loud.
— Zulu Girl — (@kay_Lehlongoane) February 11, 2018
— Ron (@drdwing) February 11, 2018
— Peter_Mokhoabane (@khoasa) February 11, 2018
— Twiitter Trends Movement (@TrendsMovement) February 11, 2018