- Pearl Thusi has taken to social media to let xenophobes know that she enjoys trolling them
- The stunner was recently dragged for defending foreign nationals against tweeps who asked South African government to get rid of them
- The media personality said trolling the xenophobic peeps is fun and some of her fans agreed with her
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Pearl Thusi has taken to social media to tell her followers that she enjoys trolling Mzansi peeps who dislike foreign nationals.
The media personality was recently dragged on Twitter when she defended foreign nationals against tweeps who wee asking government to put South Africans first.
The Queen Sono actress had tweeted that killing African nationals that reside in South Africa was something she will never defend.
"Defending borders drawn by colonisers will never something I limit myself with,"she added.
As a result, the hashtag #PearlThusiMustFall trended. The stunner was not fazed by her trolls and responded to all those who called her out.
Pearl clapped back saying she was "clearly" not planning to fall anytime soon. The star has continued to troll her detractors. She tweeted on Tuesday night:
"Trolling the xenophobic peeps is fun I won’t lie."
Pearl's fans have also agreed with her that the xenophobes like to blame all the wrong things happening in Mzansi on foreign nationals.
"They are always quick to blame foreigners for every wrong thing. A person drops out of school, they say foreigners. A person steals at work, problem ke foreigners. A person chooses drug life, problem ke foreigner. A person wakes up at 9 to go to the tavern, problem ke foreigner. Until when?"
"Viva #QueenSono. This is an idle and xenophobic group who think they can bring you down by their hatred. They can do as many hashtags as they want but you won't fall. If anything you will rise!"
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Some peeps disagreed with Pearl.
"I love you very much Pearl but your concern about xenophobia when South Africa, your country, is fighting against GBV baffles me. But I guess it's true when they say we people are different and our friendship concerns will differ."
Briefly.co.za reported that AKA called celebrities out for being vocal on the hashtag #TyreseMustFall. Supa Mega accused Mzansi celebs of turning a blind eye when people accused Mzansi of allegedly perpetrating violence against foreign nationals.
Celebs, including Bonang Matheba and Cassper Nyovest, demanded that Tyrese apologise after he posted pictures depicting white slavery in South Africa.
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