- Donald has taken to social media to respond to a troll who made fun of him for following over 50 000 people on Twitter
- The musician gave a saucy clapback to the tweep who assumed that celebs only follow a few people on social media
- Donald who has 440.1k followers on the app simply told the troll that he is not a celebrity
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Donald has responded to a troll who tried to make fun of him for following 50 000 people on Twitter.
The Unpredictable hitmaker delivered a spicy clapback to the tweep who assumed that celebs were not allowed to follow thousands of people on the micro-blogging app.
Most entertainers from across the world and Mzansi only choose to follow a few people or none out of their millions of followers.
Donald is different. He interacts and follows his fans on all his social media platforms. Responding to the troll, Donald gave a spicy clapback. The musician said:
"I'm not a celebrity."
Briefly.co.za also noticed that the star follows a whopping 50.6k people on Twitter. He has 440.1k followers.
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In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that K.O has joined the list of South African stars who have been doing their bit to take care of the needy amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Supa Dupa hitmaker has donated food parcels to a community charity organisation based in Pimville, Zone 6 in Soweto. The organisation feeds over 200 kids on a weekly bases.
K.O's good deed was sparked by one of the scheme's members who voted for his South African Music Awards (SAMAs) nominations. After voting, the fan tweeted Mr Cash Time asking him to donate food to the organisation.
The rapper, who loved the initiative, did not waste any time and provided the much-needed grocery to the charity organisation.
The star is nominated in the Music Video Of The Year, Record Of The Year, Best Hip Hop Album and Best Collaboration categories.
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