Lillian Dube 'titty' comment has tweeps in stitches: "You've got to suck something"

Lillian Dube 'titty' comment has tweeps in stitches: "You've got to suck something"

Social media was a mess on Wednesday after Lillian Dube asked Thomas Mlambo on live TV if he sucks 'titty'.

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It is no secret the veteran actress have no issue talking about taboo topics, she recently admitted to having several erotic toys. This time she managed to leave the SABC 1 host red in the face.

TshisaLIVE reported Mam Dube had South Africans laughing out loud after she managed to embarrass Mlambo, who hid his face as a result, on SABC 1's Sport at 10 by asking what he sucked on if not breasts.

"I encourage men to suck those tittys and I encourage women...is it embarrassing? You don't suck a titty? What do you suck? You got to suck something?" she said.

A video of the interview has since been circulated on social media and tweeps could hardly contain their laughter.

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In true Black Twitter style, tweeps shared hilarious memes as a reaction to the actress' 'titty' comment and Briefly.co.za gathered some of the best responses.

Crystal Pain, who goes by the Twitter handle @PrinceKaySEASON, wrote: "Lillian Dube says 'men suck those titties and ladies squeeze those balls' siyabonga."
DrMusa (@DrMusaMthombeni) added: "Mam’Lillian Dube has reached a level of sexual freedom and expression we should all aspire to reach."

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