Tlhabi tackling trolls after Zuma's spy claim: 'One fool at a time'

Tlhabi tackling trolls after Zuma's spy claim: 'One fool at a time'

Veteran radio personality Redi Tlhabi was thrust into the spotlight after Jacob Zuma accused her of being part of a conspiracy against him. Now Tlhabi is fighting back against those who cross the line with threats and defamation against her.

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Redi Tlhabi has been subjected to abusive comments since ex-president Jacob Zuma accused her of being part of a plan to discredit him.

Briefly.co.za reported that during his testimony at the Zondo Commission, Zuma had accused the journalist of being a spy and part of a 'co-ordinated' attempt to dethrone him.

Tlhabi was bombarded with threats, targeting both herself and her family, and she isn't taking it lying down.

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The radio icon took to social media to warn those who crossed the line that they will be dealt with:

"I will share with you how easy it was, through legal means, to identify them, find their work places, contact their bosses, serve legal letters and watch fireworks. One fool at a time."

In a series of posts, Tlhabi revealed that she had allegedly been targeted by a person who owned a PR firm, using a fake name, reports TimesLIVE.

Tlhabi commented that citizens were often too busy to take full advantage of the law, but this is far from the case in this instance: "If they want to play, let's play."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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