- Pearl Modiadie has taken to Twitter to let her fans know that she's still not happy after deleting her old account on the app
- The Metro FM presenter lost almost two million followers when her account on the micro-blogging app got hacked
- The stunner expressed that she is not happy at all as she is currently on her way to only 50k followers after deactivating the old account
Pearl Modiadie is still not over the fact that she lost almost two million followers on Twitter after her account was hacked.
The Metro FM presenter had to delete her old account on the micro-blogging app after it was hacked earlier this year. The media personality's new handle only has 45k followers and she's not impressed.
"(I) was on the road to 2M, now we’re on the road to 50K! 2020 giving us curveballs from every side."
The stunner's fans had to console her after she complained about the millions of followers she lost. Many of them told her that she mustn't mind losing the other followers because that as not a true reflection of the love and number of real fans she has in reality.
"It’s not about likes though... It’s social media currency which brings in the coins too! A community that’s taken years to build."
Pearl also expressed that she is lucky because she is not a social media influencer.
Briefly.co.za gathered that Pearl is well on her way to three million followers on Instagram. She currently has a whopping 2.8 million followers.
In other entertainment news, Nasty C will not be dropping new music any time soon due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
The rapper reportedly cited the unusual way he has to promote his music as one of the reasons he has decided not to release music anytime soon. The There They Go hitmaker aid he "hates" doing interviews over the phone on platforms such as Instagram Live and Zoom.
The star's fans, who are eagerly waiting for him to release his much-anticipated album titled Zulu Man With Some Power, will have to wait a little longer.
The rapper, however, made it clear that he'll continue making more music amid the pandemic but without releasing it.
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