When Lerato Sengadi tried to rope in SA-born comedian, Trevor Noah's help for the KZN flood victims, some social media users didn't think she was doing the right thing. Lerato tagged him on Twitter to get his attention.
The KwaZulu-Natal and Eastern Cape provinces floods have affected many people, and South Africans watched in horror as the natural disaster wiped away personal belongings and left countless homeless.
The number of lives lost during this terrible time is believed to be around 70, according to EWN.
Since then, many South Africans have started reaching out to those whose lives were affected.
Celebs have given what they can, and Lerato Sengadi thought she could call on one more for help.
However, it did not go as planned. Social media users slammed her for asking Trevor Noah for help by tagging him on Twitter and putting him on the spot, according to TimesLIVE.
@Trevornoah please help our brothers & sisters affected by the #DurbanFloods... any form of donation is appreciated...
Briefly.co.za gathered that Lerato explained that she doesn't have Trevor's personal contact info or she would have messaged him privately.
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