Mutale Mwanza responds to rumors that she has a tight vag** Nunu (Watch)


Muatale Mwanza is a well-known media personality in Zambia, with a vast following of fans who admire her work in the entertainment industry.

Mutale Mwanza appeared as a guest on the popular podcast, That Zed Podcast, where she discussed a range of issues, including her career journey, her personal life, and the challenges she has faced in the industry.

During the podcast, one of the hosts, K Plus, asked Mutale if she was aware of what comes up when people google her name. This question prompted a discussion about the negative and sometimes inaccurate information that can circulate on the internet. Mutale mentioned that she is aware of the different types of information that come up when people search for her name, but she does not pay too much attention to it.

However, one of the hosts, Elson, brought up a particularly disturbing post that he found on the Zambian Eye website. The post claimed that Mutale is known for having a “tight vag** Nunu,” and when asked about it, Mutale dismissed it as an attempt to gain attention and increase the number of clicks on the website.

This kind of derogatory and sexualized language about a public figure is not only disrespectful but also harmful. Mutale Mwanza response to the question was measured and showed her professionalism in dealing with such situations. However, it highlights the issue of online harassment and the need for people to be mindful of the impact their words can have on others.

Furthermore, the incident also underscores the importance of responsible journalism and the need for media outlets to fact-check their stories before publishing them. Reputable media organizations have a responsibility to report accurate and fair information about public figures, while respecting their privacy and dignity.

In conclusion, while Mutale‘s appearance on That Zed Podcast was an opportunity for her to share her insights and experiences with her fans, it also brought to light the issue of online harassment and the need for responsible journalism.

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