- We all fight from time to time, but some celebs have given ‘feud’ a whole new meaning
- While some stars have just exchanged a few words here and there, others have had explosive debates on social media
- One of the most dramatic fights that this year has seen, belongs to Phil Mphela and Queen B
It’s part of human nature to fight with one another from time to time, but there has been some vicious feuds among Mzansi’s celebrities in the last few months.
Most of the time stars do engage in some friendly competition, but there are times when it turns into all-out war.
Briefly.co.za has gone back and found five of the most memorable feuds that have happened in 2018 so far.
At the height of Bonang’s tax fraud scandal, Phil criticised her for taking the news publication that printed the story, to court.
The media personality did not take lightly to his comments and soon after the two were at war with one another over social media.
As things escalated, Phil threatened to expose some of Queen B’s dirty laundry but sadly for tweeps, nothing ever came of his threats.
The two rappers have been beefing on the downlow for quite a while but last month, things got heated.
Cassper and A-Reece have never been able to see eye-to-eye because of their difference of opinion when it comes to using weed. While it may be legal now, Mufasa still reckons that the people who smoke are lazy.
After seeing his comments, A-Reece thought that he’d add his two cents in the matter but soon enough he found himself blocked.
The pair have never been friendly with each other, but the animosity between them reached new heights when Jackie retweeted an iconic Bonang quote.
While it may seem petty, this simple interaction rubbed the media personality the wrong way.
At the time, the writer was in court with Queen B’s mentor, Basetsana Kumalo, so she wanted nothing to do with Jackie.
The two media personalities engaged in an extremely heated debate about mental health issues but soon it got personal.
Uyanda had commented that she was educating the public about mental illness before it became “fashionable”. After seeing this, Anele warned her that the comments she made could be quite harmful to people who suffer from depression and the like.
One thing lead to another and soon enough, Uyanda began making personal jabs about Anele’s achievements.
It all started when Mo Flava hired Black Motion to perform at a gig in Braamfontein, but to his dismay, they never showed up.
Mo did try to call them on the day of the show, but that didn’t work. After being confronted on live radio, the duo blamed their manager for not relaying the message across.
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