Sizwe Dhlomo cuts to the core with clap back at Tweep’s cheeky question

Sizwe Dhlomo cuts to the core with clap back at Tweep’s cheeky question

Sizwe Dhlomo clapped back at a Tweep for posing a question about his working status, and it was a clap back that even Queen B appreciated.

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Sizwe Dhlomo clapped back at one Tweep who posed the question about the gent’s Working if Life Goals. OKMzansi reported how the Tweep asked in Zulu, “Don’t you work?” To which he replied, “I have money”.

Even Queen B appreciated the tweet.

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Sizwe is known for his clap backs, which are always cold and cutting and to the point, and there have been other instances involving conflict situations with him.

Briefly.co.za featured an article last year about 2017 celeb feuds: Who's still at war and who's at peace?

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The article featured Sizwe Dhlomo vs Vusi Thembekwayo. Sizwe posted a tweet on what he thought about the taxi strike last year. Vusi posted a Facebook video using the same points. Sizwe accused Vusi of stealing his ideas. The two are still at war and hostilities are likely to continue for some time.

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