Rea Tsotella | If you lend your family or friends money, forget about getting it back!
The common denominator on most of SA reality shows that solve relationship and family conflicts is either love or money, and on Rea Tsotella viewers were reminded of why loaning money to family is never a good idea.
If you've lived long enough, you know that when money is involved there's always a high probability that a fight will follow.
This is the situation viewers watched on the hit reality show Rea Tsotella on Monday, as cousins exchanged harsh words because of loaning each other money out of the family society account.
Their family stokvel went up in flames when the treasurer didn't take accountability but blamed other members for the now missing money. In her version of events, it was her cousin who asked for some cash then pretended to know nothing about it.
Trust amongst friends is fickle when it comes to money. Especially when dishonesty plays a role. A family stokvel goes up in flames when the treasurer does not take accountability but blames other members. Where did the money go? #ReaTsotella Today at 21h30 on #MojaLoveTv Ch 157 pic.twitter.com/KzpSDDJGAr— Man's Not Barry Roux (@AdvBarryRoux) March 11, 2019
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