Lasizwe might still be feeling the burn after American Twitter roasted him on Thursday night, and to add injury to insult, Mzansi acted like they don't know him.
American internet sensation Jay Versace accused Lasizwe of being a copycat, and it went downhill after that.
TimesLIVE reported Versace called out Lasizwe by commenting "boy you copy everything I do" on one of his skits.
Lasizwe tried to defend himself, so he hit back at the American entertainer.
"I don’t, but it’s flattering to know that you follow everything that I do", he clapped back.
And, it was probably the worst thing he could have done. American Twitter started posting examples of where his work was similar to other people's, who posted before he did.
Versace then shut down the conversation with a comment that must have hurt.
"lmao I don’t know anything about you. ppl keep sending me your corresponding flop *ss videos. you’re making money off other people’s sh*t and that’s f****d up. dig in that big funky *ss head of yours and find some of your own sh*t to post. i’m no longer entertaining this goodbye", Versace wrote.
Briefly.co.za learned South Africans then turned on Lasizwe and in a series of post almost every country rejected.
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