- South Africans did not like the way Americans dragged Mzansi-rooted star, Doja Cat, and they reacted
- While tweeps can sometimes allow the roasting of a South African, this time was different
- The fierce retaliation from locals was impressive and American Twitter felt the heat
South African Twitter did not appreciate American Twitter's comments about rapper Doja Cat and decided to do something about it.
Sometimes, South Africans are willing to step back and let people take jabs at South Africans, but not this time. Doja Cat, born Amalaratna Zandile Dlamini, isn't technically from SA, but she's got roots here - her father is actor Dumisani Dlamini.
It started when a tweep mocked the rapper, making a bad joke about her real and full name.
There were also comments made about Amala's wig choices, Briefly.co.za noticed.
And here is when the finger-licking spice come in from South Africans:
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