- Boity is normally not one for drama, but she reached her limit this time
- After posting some behind the scene pics, she got some nasty comments from haters
- She fired right back and gave them a taste of their own medicine for once
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Boity is generally super nice on social media, even to haters, but everyone has a breaking point. Haters can only get away with so much.
There comes a time when being polite, positive and kind just doesn’t do the trick anymore. Boity’s time came and the coward haters finally got what they deserved.
Last week, Boity posted some behind the scene snaps from the making of the Wuz Dat music video. It was nice of her to show fans what happens behind the scenes, but then you get those that will find any reason to hate.
Briefly.co.za saw that an inconsiderate hater with nothing better to do decided to re-tweet one of Boity’s pictures and labelled it with "sdudla", meaning “fatty”.
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Boity had reached her breaking point. Unlike anything we have ever seen from her before, she snapped back with "Sdudla ke rrago", meaning “your dad is the fat one”.
Sometimes haters need a taste of their own medicine. Boity showed that hater just how pathetic his immature comment was.
Then there was another. This hater decided to throw some shade on Boity’s voice by saying that her voice was ‘unfit’.
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Jealousy makes you nasty, neh. Boity, on her snap back train, clapped the hater with a comment that would silence anyone. Yusss, babes, you tell them!
Some would say that this was a little out of line, but how many times must you sit back and keep quiet? Every dog has its day and Boity felt that this was theirs.
Bullies deserve a little tough love sometimes. It is not ok to treat someone like that. Treat people how you would like to be treated, is the lesson here.
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Source: Briefly News