Euphonik claps back at tweep for making fun of his round head

Euphonik claps back at tweep for making fun of his round head

The king of clap-backs, Euphonik, didn't waste time in hitting back at a troll for making fun of his unusually round head.

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Briefly.co.za reported on Saturday that Mzansi peeps decided to make cheeky jokes about Euphonik's round face. There was one particular social media user who was taken back by DJ Euphonik's unusually round head.

The social media user known as Justice (@Black_JusticeSA) posted a collage of Euphonik's head with the photo of the world slowly being photoshopped on top of his head, to prove how strangely round it was. The tweet went viral and before you know it other trolls began adding their bit of comedy to increase the hype.

Mzansi was waiting for the music icon to retaliate and only after one troll wrote: "There is absolutely no reason for a face, a whole face to be round. No face should be this round. @euphonik do something about this emoji looking face."

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Euphonik's response was razor blade sharp and clear as crystal. He told the troll to focus on his own life as he was happy the way God made him.

He wrote:

"Do what? Change how God made me look? Are you mad? I'm happy and content with everything about me. I'm absolutely in love with my round head. It's mine and not yours. Focus on your own life and looks. Imagine fighting how God made you."

We're not sure, but it looks like the tweet may have been deleted. But DJ Euphonik still had a lot of fans who had his back. Take a look at some of the comments below:

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Just over a week ago, Briefly.co.za reported that DJ Euphonik took to Twitter to find a black architect to help him with a project. His post went viral, scoring almost a thousand retweets in no time.

Many people responded as well, and praised Euphonik for supporting black excellence.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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