- Minnie Dlamini Jones is taking a stand against social media trolls
- Minnie has pledged her elegance to a movement under the hashtag #GiveUpTheirNames that is trying to get cyber-bullies exposed
- Taking to social media, Minnie explained why she believes these peoples identities should be revealed and how many innocent people are being hurt because of trolls
South African media personality, Minnie Dlamini Jones, is taking a stand against social media trolls. It is time these bullies face the music.
Far too often people are shaded on social media by people who would never be able to say the things the said to their face. Social media has given bullies a mask to hide behind.
Briefly.co.za knows how against cyber-bullying Minnie is. Being a celebrity, Minnie knows better than most what destruction these people can cause.
Minnie has pledged her elegance to a movement under the hashtag #GiveUpTheirNames that is trying to get cyber-bullies exposed. If these people’s true identities were exposed after they had done the terrible deeds, it would definitely make them think twice before being a bully.
Taking to social media, Minnie explained why she believes these peoples identities should be revealed. Too many people are getting bullied through social media and something needs to be done about it.
Briefly.co.za previously reported Pearl Thusi is on the receiving end of a lot of hate after she asked Mzansi to help locate her phone. People are lashing out against the TV personality and actress, complaining that she's tweeting about a phone when another woman, Uyinene Mrwetyana, was murdered.
Pearl took to social media to request some help in locating her phone - something that many people have done in the past. However, Pearl is being attacked on the social media streets for tweeting about her phone while many others are out there expressing sorrow and anger at the death of Uyinene Mrwetyana and violence against women in general.
While people are slamming Pearl for her timing and say she's insensitive, Briefly.co.za noticed others are surprised that she's being blamed for having a life of her own.
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