- Rapper and reality TV star Boity has fired her personal assistant Bobby
- She revealed the news on social media when one of her asked whether Bobby still worked for her
- Boity's fans took to social media to celebrate the news that Boity had finally gotten rid of Bobby, but a few are not happy
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Rapper and reality TV star Boity Thulo has finally got her throne back from her assistant.
Fans of her reality TV show, Own Your Throne, have taken to social media to commend Boity for finally getting rid of her "mistake", while some disapprove of her decision.
This is after the star revealed that Bobby was no longer working for her when one fan asked whether he still did.
She replied shortly:
"No. He got fired."
Many of Boity's followers accused Bobby of having no work ethic.
"About damn time. You were too patient with that boy."
"Thank God! I was just bothered by his actions. Honestly he has no work ethic and he is totally taking every opportunity given for granted."
"Finally. Bobby needs to grow up, shame. I'm sorry but he deserves it, he does not know what he wants."
"We've met an opportunist before, Bobby was Boity's 'mistake' which she needed to take to make sure that she doesn't do it again."
"No work ethic in sight, just vibes."
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But there are some fans of the show who are not happy about Boity's decision.
"I watch the reality show. I really like Bobby, he is so entertaining. One thing for sure that guy is gonna be successful."
"Ha mara Bobby brought life and laughter to the show."
"MG he’s the only person who was making that show a little bit more enjoyable, he’s fun to watch. I mean he has a little attitude but its good attitude!!! He’ll be big one day, I love his sense of humour shame, but hey good luck Bobbi."
Briefly.co.za has gathered that Bobby is not bothered by his haters. He also has his own clothing line coming out soon.
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