Pabi Moloi pulled off air for being rude to Power FM listener

Pabi Moloi pulled off air for being rude to Power FM listener

- Pabi Moloi has been pulled of air after allegedly being rude to a listener

- The TV and radio personality reportedly sounded "incoherent" and was rude to the listener which resulted in her suspension

- In March, Pabi was arrested for drinking and driving

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Power FM presenter Pabi Moloi has been pulled off air for allegedly being rude to a listener during her show.

Sunday World reports that the TV and radio personality sounded "incoherent" and was rude to the listener which has resulted in her suspension.

There are allegations flying around social media that Pabi was drunk during her show.

Social media users have reacted to the news that Pabi has been suspended.

@Rebone51028607 commented:

"Apparently she went to work drunk. Which means it’s the 2nd time she’s been driving drunk. She needs to get help before things get out of control."

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@ThabisoMasekela wrote:

"She is struggling with a bottle lately I suspect she has Covid issues with boyfriend maybe."

@docbug64 said:

"What's happening with @PabiMoloi, got arrested recently for drunk driving and now this. What happened to the beloved Pabi."

@ShimmyheHenry commented:

"Pabi Moloi has made herself a problematic, not long ago she was arrested for driving under influence of alcohol. Organize yourself lady!"

Briefly.co.za previously reported that Pabi had to apologise for being caught drinking and driving in March.

She was arrested for the offence, but it was not clear how much time she spent behind bars.

In her statement, at the time, Pabi wrote:

"I'm truly gutted about this. I had an incident this week that I want to step up and take responsibility for."

She admitted she had been drinking and decided to drive herself home on the night of her arrest.

"It was a bad decision for which I take full responsibility."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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