- Sizwe Dhlomo humbled himself and apologised to a young lady who claimed he was almost 50 years old
- The tweep did not like the way the Kaya FM presenter responded to a post about relationships
- Sizwe downloaded the lady's pic and posted it on his timeline but quickly deleted it and apologised after he was accused of going for her looks
Sizwe Dhlomo trended on social media after engaging in a young twar with a young lady. The tweep told the Kaya FM presenter that he's almost 50 after his response to a post about relationships.
The media personality replied to the lady with her profile picture. Many Twitter users thought he was shading the lady for her looks.
The tweep @Andiiiiiiiis did not back down and asked the TV presenter to be more articulate about what he was trying to say. That's when Sizwe decided to back down and apologise before things got heated up. The star wrote:
"I’m sorry @Andiiiiiiiis, that was mean spirited and unnecessary of me. I’ve deleted the tweet to you and the one you were responding to."
Many shared that Siz chickened out of the argument because he knew that it was about to go down when the lady asked him to be loud and clear.
Check out some of their comments below:
"It was gonna go down after that 'Thetha uvakale' yhoo."
"Humm seems like she attacked him 1st though."
"What is 'theta uvakale'?"
"Be loud and clear or articulate yourself! And as a Xhosa speaking person, you know after such is said you hold your horses or retract any statement previously made and issue an apology ASAP or else akuzobamnandi xazibuyiswa izitya (the response won't be nice)."
"He just posted her pic... A thousand words."
"At least she's pretty ke whatever he was trying to say."
"Fear the response after that 'thetha uvakale'. Xhosa huns."
In other entertainment news, Briefly News reported that Jackie Phamotse has been slammed on social media after she shared her thoughts on depression. The award-winning author took to Twitter recently and spoke about the condition which rubbed many people on her timeline the wrong way.
Jackie said sometimes people think they are depressed while they are not. She advised them to change their bedding, open windows and to do some self care.
Jackie also advised those who believe they are suffering from depression to wash their cars, cut social media for a while and finish what they started.
The media personality's tweet invited a lot of negative comments on hr timeline. A tweep @MovesLikeDragan said:
"She did it, she's found the cure for depression."
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