#Kukithila | Twitter can't deal with aunt & uncle who 'stole' their nieces' house
Maybe uncles and aunts should stop making themselves deputy parents...
Moja Love reality show Kukithi La has once again proven itself to be a mirror reflecting the realities of many South African communities, this week featuring a family's devastating fight over property.
Twitter couldn't help but feel sorry for the Thekiso children who have had a rough life after they were orphaned at a very young age and left in the care of their uncle and aunt by default.
The Thekiso children said their world was turned upside down when their uncle Tshongwa and his wife, moved in to look after them but allegedly kicked them out their parents’ house and pointed them towards a shack.
Tonight on #Kukithila— Reba (@RebaMokgoko) November 29, 2018
The Thekiso children lost both parents at an early age, their world was turned upside down when their uncle Tshongwa Lebewane and his wife, moved in to look after them but allegedly kicked them out their parents’ house.
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Most viewers had seen similar situations around communities they come from, and said the most unfortunate thing that could ever happen to orphaned children was having uncles or aunts who didn't care for them.