- Many people have taken to social media to share their unpleasant encounters with some of the local stars
- Several fans name-dropped celebrities such as Pearl Thusi, K.O, Lira and Andile Jali as some of the rudest famous people
- Other social media users, however, came to the defence of the stars saying maybe they were rude because they caught them on a bad day
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Some of Mzansi’s celebrities have been named among some of the rudest stars. In a hilarious thread, social media users took to Twitter to share different encounters with celebrities.
It all started when popular influencer Mr Smeg asked his fans and followers to share their nasty encounters with celebrities. He asked:
“Who is the rudest celebrity or rudest famous person in South Africa?”
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“Andile Jali… Yeses amanyala omuntu, he’s good at what he does though. Great soccer player kodwa uLwabish leya ntwana.”
“Surprised not to see Andile Jali here, apparently, he’s also up there.”
“Lira can’t speak to people shame I once asked for a pic ku Lira wathi Black people act like they care but they don’t even buy our music so nje ngi-right.”
“Lira, back in 2011 at Varsity she was to perform at our Campus and she literally told the lady serving her lunch to stop looking at her and just leave the food and get out of her prep room.”
“Stogie T once saw him at Jozi asked for a pic instead he pushed with his shoulders, the phone fell to the ground.. and kept moving like nothing happened.”
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Mihlali Ndamase claps back at Mzansi’s mixed reactions to her cameo appearance on Generations: The Legacy
Briefly News previously reported that Mihlali Ndamase seems to be unbothered by social media users trolling her. However, the famous beauty influencer and businesswoman became a topic of discussion when it was revealed that she would be joining the set of Generations: The Legacy.
News of Mihlali’s casting was announced by local blogger Phil Mphela over the weekend. Peeps had mixed reactions to the announcement. Many felt that Mihlali is not deserving of the role.
According to TimesLIVE, Mihlali took aim at those trolls in a post on Twitter. However, the publication added that the Vlogger seemed unfazed by the hate comments directed at her as she posted a funny meme.
Source: Briefly News