South Africans have no chill: 10 Crazy reactions on Sbahle Mpisane's car crash

South Africans have no chill: 10 Crazy reactions on Sbahle Mpisane's car crash

Sometimes celebs should learn it is better not to get on the bad side of South Africans- especially not if they need prayers.

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Tweeps should just what level of savage they could be when it was announced Sbahle Mpisane was involved in a serious car accident, which left her in ICU.

While most send out their well-wishing, others wanted to know what possible reason would there be for them to pray for the FitnessBunnie.

Social media user Sboh took to Twitter to share the news of Mpisane's car crash and he asked tweeps to pray for her.

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However, it was soon evident not everyone was interested in praying for Mpisane.

HIV activist Zikhona Dingile picked up on tweeps' refusal to pray for the injured celeb and wrote: "Incase u missed this...U better love South African people lol they show no remorse even if it's between life and death. Social Media will never care about You. @BlackTwittaSA_ #PrayForSbahle #Humanity #Ubuntu #TwitterVAR."

So, Briefly.co.za decided to gathered 10 of the most crazy responses to Mpisane's car crash.

Right off the bat, some tweeps threw shade at Mpisane, who apparently blocked a lot of people on Twitter.

Social media user @bbm_masentle wrote, "Mpisane’s and Khune’s family surely can afford prayers for her but ke wethu akhonto our cheap prayer will make difference."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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