- Mzansi celebrities really have it rough with the number of trolls who constantly come for them on social media
- Rapper Saudi had to recently get a critic together who told him his flow ruined Sjava's hit song, Abangani
- Saudi had to school the tweep and let him know that he, in fact, invented that flow and a legend can't change his winning style
Saudi recently had to contend with a tweep who believed his flow had ruined Sjava's hi song, Abangani. Saudi let it be known that he's one of the few rappers to have invented his own flow and he definitely won't be switching it up any time soon.
The fan said that Sjava should have told Saudi to change his flow as the one he used was already well-known. He said it would have been better for Saudi to try something new.
Saudi responded, "Big facts? I invented that flow. Who telling All Star to redesign their footwear? Who (do) you know (that) invented their own flow that's doing it? Crickets."
Saudi also took the time to promote his upcoming mixtape, Msota Don't Die. Saudi said it would be "payback" for all the disses he's had to endure. We're guessing it's something that even his critics won't be able to get enough of.
As it stands, Saudi is the most streamed SA rapper on Spotify.
Last month, the Make You Proud hit-maker revealed that he had over 41.9 million streams on his songs on the app, making him popular that AKA, Cassper Nyovest and Nasty C.
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Boity Thulo does not play nice when it comes to social media trolls. She recently delivered an epic clap-back after a troll shaded her looks.
The tweep said that Boity looks much older than, which is 30 years old. Boity had no choice but to bring out receipts of the of how the tweep looks.
The troll's own profile picture gave fans a total melt-down. It was the definition of don't throw stones if you live in a glass house.
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