- AKA backed Sbahle Mpisane recently when one troll tried to be funny about her accident
- His response to the Tweep was so powerful that this tweep even deleted his profile
- Well wishes are still pouring in for the fitness bunnie
AKA recently backed Sbahle Mpisane when one troll decided to “have some fun” when posting about her accident.
AKA tweeted his thoughts and good wishes for Sbahle, and one Tweep responded in poor taste.
TimesLive reported how one Tweep came back commenting that he hoped Sbahle's "booty is okay."
AKA immediately rushed to her defence and his response sent this tactless Tweep spinning.
"We are talking about a young woman fighting for her life on women’s day of all days and you tweet this sh**t?" AKA wrote angrily.
He then called out the troll's bio, which spoke about Jesus and suggested the troll's comment was unchristian. AKA added that the person was "less than nothing" and told him to deactivate his account.
Within minutes the account had been deactivated and the offensive tweet was deleted.
Other Tweeps offered up their thoughts and good wishes for Sbahle.
Briefly.co.za recently reported on how Sbahle Mpisane's loved ones reacted to the news of her crash.
Sbahle’s father, Sbu Mpisane, has been holding a vigil for friends and family as they wait to hear more news about her condition.
Mpisane has spoken about how emotional the ordeal has been and he still has no more information about what happened to her.
He was simply told that she had been in an accident. Itumeleng Khune, Sbahle’s boyfriend, is still struggling to comprehend the news.
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