- The Twitter streets are extra volatile since the lockdown began
- One minute peeps have your back, the next you're enemy number one
- Up-and-coming DJ Ceega Wa Meropa learned this the hard way when tweeps got all in his grill for having a bit of money today
Tweeps are gatvol with Ceega Wa Meropa and have claimed that he misled them into thinking he was broke.
The relatively unknown DJ caused Mzansi to turn on DJ Shimza after he rudely told Ceega he can't join in his virtual lockdown sessions.
The country accused Shimza of not supporting up-and-coming artists.
#ShimzaMustFall trended for a while and Mzansi was adamant that Shimza must be cancelled.
Fast-forward to today and the tables turned once tweeps found out that Ceega had made a million from his December gigs alone.
Ceega also highlighted his two branded luxury vehicles and flashed deposits made into his bank totalling tens of thousands.
The DJ bragged about his guap on his Facebook timeline and got peeps all in a tizzy because, all along, they thought they'd been fighting for someone with nothing.
Soon #CeegaMustFall was trending all over the TL.
Durban-based Ceega tried to do damage control and quickly pointed out that he has bills just like everybody else.
He said, "No guys. I'm not rich and I didn't play with you. That's why I was asking for a slot to get more bookings to pay for these cars and other personal items."
"These cars belong to the banks and I have to pay instalments. I'm just a simple guy who's working hard and is passionate. I didn't play you at all."
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