Molamu also posted Mbuli's personal cellphone number, encouraging her followers to find Mbuli "a blesser" so that she could stop asking Maseko for money to fund her show.
Mbuli argued that this led to a deluge of phone calls and texts from unknown people and she was recently told by women at her salon that she was a subject of discussion in a taxi.
"They even said what was the purpose of my show [and] why am I sleeping with rich guys just to do a television show? That is not okay."
Mbuli said she was a businesswoman with a degree and was studying towards her MBA and that her lifestyle was not funded by blessers.
Molamu, who became known six years ago after reports that she was former minister of police Fikile Mbalula's lover, maintains that the verdict was not fair.
The former model said: "To date, Uyanda has failed to give proof of the money my fiance 'owes' her and the nature of their relationship. Instead, she's made claims of them being friends with information that is even grossly incorrect about him. So yes, it was unfair.
"However, a woman of my calibre moves on from such time-consuming things. I will not comment about old women anymore, I was taught to respect the elders."