- Moozlie has blasted trolls who confronted her when she posted that men are killers
- The rapper's tweet was triggered by the brutal death of heavily pregnant woman, Tshegofatso Pule
- The star also criticised all the men who participated in the hashtag #NotAllMen and suggested they might as well be killers
Moozlie has lambasted social media users who confronted her when she tweeted that men will just straight-up kill you.
The rapper was reacting to the death of Tshegofatso Pule who was recently found murdered in Roodepoort.
Tshego, who was eight months pregnant, was found hanging from a tree with stab wounds in a veld on Monday.
Another brutal death that shook Mzansi is that of Naledi Phangindawo.
The S'funukwazi hitmaker tweeted:
"I won’t lie, men will just straight up kill you. Like end your life and leave you hanging in a tree. F*cken disgusting!"
Some of the men in her timeline defended themselves and told the stunner not to paint all the men with the same brush.
Tweep, @VmotionE, replied to Moozlie:
"Sisi I've never killed any human since I was born. My name is clean, no criminal record so I would never appreciate being labelled as a killer while I've never done that. It's true 'some men' not all... Recognise those who support you so we can fight together."
Sis was having none of it and told the tweep that she would block and mute him.
"Okay, so I’m gonna mute you, then block you because you don’t get it and I’m too busy tryna stay alive to break it down to you. Please don’t cry or get upset when someone you know gets hurt by a man someday. Also try by all means to keep that record clean. For our sake."
The TV personality also slammed men who participated in the hashtag #NotAllMen.
"You might as well be a killer if you out here saying 'not all men'. Like honestly. I have zero time for all of that."
"Also, just so you know upfront, when (I) come back, I’m going to mute and block every single person talking sh*t in my mentions. Women are dying! Don’t be a b*tch!"
Briefly.co.za reported that fans praised AKA for having Moozlie as a guest on The Braai Show.
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