Mo Flava defends himself against hate over Masechaba's Babes interview

Mo Flava defends himself against hate over Masechaba's Babes interview

Mo Flava was forced to defend himself after getting backlash over Masechaba Ndlovu's interview with Babes Wodumo. It's believed Masechaba got fired over the interview, and fans feel Mo Flava should have stood up for her.

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Mo Flava got cornered on social media over the interview that his former co-host on Metro FM, Masechaba Ndlovu, had with controversial musician, Babes Wodumo.

Masechaba's interview apparently led to her dismissal by the radio station (at least, that's what fans are convinced happened), and Mo Flava was asked why he didn't stand up for her.

According to TimesLIVE, fans feel that he should have at least tried to defend her or addressed the incident.

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Mo Flava was asked about the whole thing on Twitter when he offered to answer some questions from his followers.

One tweep asked: "Why didn't you stand up for Masechaba?"

Mo Flava didn't get what the person meant at first, but later answered by saying that Masechaba made the decision to take her interview in that direction on her own, he had no control.

Mascheba confronted Babes over allegations that Mampintsha abused her, which wasn't confirmed or denied at the time.

"The interview was almost done by the time she asked that question and made those statements. I don't control her mind. So why would she need permission from me to ask a question? She got called out because those were her words, not mine."

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Although that doesn't quite answer the question, gathered that Mo Flava told fans to ask Masechaba personally about her dismissal from Metro FM.

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