- Kuli Roberts calmly addressed trolls who were coming for her after she posted a video shopping at a Pep outlet
- Some people seem to think that the actress may have financial problems because she was shopping at the budget-friendly store
- The actress clapped back in a classy manner and received the support of many social media users, including celebs
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Kuli Roberts has given a classy response to a troll who tried to come for her. The media personality posted about shopping at a local budget-friendly shop when an SM user suggested that she was broke. The Queen actress handled the criticism like a pro.
However, Kuli remained unbothered and clapped back by saying that she has been shopping at Pep for 30 years now. Many social media users supported Kuli and defended her. Twitter user Hey_Lue said:
"Imagine not wearing something you like because of these Zara silly puppies."
"I'm tweeting this while wearing my comfy Pep onesie."
"I have so many things from Pep, it's a great store. My bedroom looks amazing with its bedding and cushions. I have T-shirts from pep. Pep is life."
"Wow Yhooo abantu banjani. Noba ndi wesi mna, I sometimes buy kwezi charity shops if I see anything that I like. I once bought shirt nge R45"
"My one year old daughter dripping Pep swag. Pep prices are the future"
Even Claire Mawisa responded by saying:
"I have so many things from PEP. People need to get over themselves really!"
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Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported TV and radio personality Kuli Roberts had bagged one of her biggest acting gigs in her career so far. The sassy star is one of the new cast members of Mzansi's hit telenovela, The Queen.
Kuli joins the likes of Menzi Ngubane and Jessica Nkosi, who have also bagged new roles on the show. She will make her debut on the show in July.
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