- Popular DJ and producer DBN Gogo has revealed she does not tolerate any bullies on her social media accounts
- The dance entertainer referred to her method to the increasingly noxious behaviour as a number one rule
- DBN shared the secret on one of her online accounts before adding a carefree attitude to the post
DBN Gogo, real name Mandisa Radebe, has assured her loyal fans that trollers can’t touch her. The 27-year-old has attracted increasing attention since breaking out in 2020 with dance hits and celebrated DJing performances around South Africa.
DNB Gogo said on her Twitter account:
“Rule no1 always. I block. I have no time for anything else. I’ll never be bullied on my own account. I’m not crazy.”
The post followed soon after she had sent out a similar note earlier in the week on the same social media platform.
“I know my God will never stop blessing me just because you dislike me. I walk in the light. I would’ve been home by now but we just got two more shows this side.”
A few followers chipped in with comments to add support to the adorable musician...
"We won't bully you, please follow me. Siyak'thanda yezwa."
"The Power of Block to those who come with negative shall remain consistent."
"The block button comes with so much peace in the words of the Queen herself Bonang Mathews."
Drama over Amapiano awards nominees: Uncle Vinny, Riky Rick's nomination slammed
The South African Amapiano Music organisers have dropped a list of nominees for the first ever ceremony aimed at recognising the role players in the yanos genre.
Not many people were happy with some of the artists who have made the cut. Amapiano fans took to social media to share their thoughts on the list released on Tuesday, 20 July.
The genre's followers complained after they saw the likes of TV presenter Uncle Vinny, rapper Riky Rick and house music DJ Lamiez Holworthy, among others, on the nominees list.
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