- Boity Thulo has put a rude Mzansi social media user back in their place with a thundering clap-back
- The media personality slammed a troll who tried to come for her for being single
- Boity and social media influencer, Mihlali, are currently trending on social media for their opinions on SA men
Boity Thulo has delivered a brutal clap-back to a troll who tried to insult her. The rapper took to social media to share her thoughts about a statement made by social media influencer Mihlali Ndamase.
According to Mihlali, South African men always seem to have opinions on what single women should be doing. She further called them out and called them the "very lowest quality".
Boity weighed in on the backlash Mihlali received and used it as a moment to call men out for being rude.
She described them as "roaches" and it did not go down well with some.
One social media user slammed Boity and said her opinion hardly matters as she is "a 30-year-old single woman who will be single for many more years".
Boity blasted right back and said:
“I would stay single for eternity if my options were the bottom of the barrel a** clowns like you. Imagine."
Boity Thulo and Mihlali are both trending on social media after their comments.
Someone who is currently not having an issue with men is Zodwa Wabantu. Briefly.co.za previously reported that Zodwa Wabantu has taken to social media to reveal that she is missing her mysterious bae.
She was on her way to Durban from Johannesburg when she revealed this. Zodwa, who is known for loving them young, has not yet revealed who her new boyfriend is.
The media personality took to Instagram on Tuesday, 25 August and told her followers that she misses her man already. It is not clear whether her man is from Johannesburg or she had left him in Durban.
The exotic dancer spent a few days in Johannesburg doing a press tour. She took a video while at Lanseria Airport on her way back to her home in Durbs. She captioned her post:
"Missing my boyfriend already, back to Durban."
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