Pearl Thusi managed to upset a lot of social media users on new year with her video about resolutions.
On Tuesday, Thusi received tons of backlash after she posted a new year's video about people's resolutions.
In the video, the actress is heard calling on people to stop being disrespectful with their 'new year, new me' resolutions. However, she crossed a line when she referred to the people as 'trash'.
"How you gonna be a new human by tomorrow? Please stop disrespecting us. Can ya'll stop being these liars because you know by March you're gonna be trash again. So just be trash and be okay with it," Pearl said.
Briefly.co.za gathered tweeps were not impressed with Thusi at all and they made it very clear on the social media platform.
Mashasha, @rubberband_031, commented: "These are the negative friends you should avoid when you trying to be positive for the year ahead."
Yolisa Bambiso added: "Do you boo, and let people do themselves. First of all they say ‘new year, new me’ not new day, new me. It’s a process, don’t call people trash tu. Happy new year."
Mangaliso Masilela wrote: "Speaks negatively, demoralizes those for positive change in their lives, calls people trash and says they will be trash for a while but it’s ok because she closed it off with “love you guys so much” people like this are why we make the circle smaller when it’s a new year new us!"
TshisaLIVE reported Thusi has since taken to Instagram to shed some light on what she meant by her video.
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