- Black Coffee has clapped back at a troll who offered to "wash him up" when he was trending online
- The world-renowned musician served the hater with one of his subtle but saucy clapbacks
- The DJ has made a name for himself on Twitter for telling trolls where to get off when they come after him
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Black Coffee has dished out one of his saucy clap-backs on social media. The star took to Twitter on Tuesday, 25 August to respond to a troll who offered to "wash him up" when he was trending on the micro-blogging app.
The tweep MR-NiceZA posted a snap of a man that looked like Coffee, a bathing scrub and the world renowned DJ's pic. The music producer was not impressed at all. The troll captioned his post:
"Since Black Coffee is trending let me wash him up a bit."
Many social media users thought the meme was funny but it seems the post rubbed the Drive hitmaker the wrong way. He responded to it with a spicy clap-back.
"Yeka mina (leave me alone), wash yourself. Start with your heart."
The hater then accused Black Coffee of being emotional after his vicious response.
One tweep @peter27983905 applauded the star for his "international" clap-backs. He commented on Coffee's post:
"Black Coffee's clap-backs are international."
Even larger-than-life media personality Somizi Mhlongo has fallen in love with Coffee's spicy clap-backs. Briefly.co.za reported that Somgaga was living for DJ Black Coffee’s subtle but spicy clap-backs.
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In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Somizi has shared a hilarious meme about an incident that allegedly happened at one of the country's police stations. According to the meme, police officers at the cop shop ran away when Jub Jub and his crew came to certify some documents after returning from a shoot.
Jub Jub's show Uyajola 9/9 is one of the most-watched and popular TV shows in the entire country. Even Mzansi police are now aware of the programme that busts cheaters.
The funny meme even suggests that the station commander also joined his force and ran away. They thought Jub Jub had come to confront one of them for cheating. Somizi said he salutes Jub Jub for the popular show.
Somizi's fans took to his Instagram's comment section to share their reactions to the funny post. One fan khomy_mac commented:
"Ayeye, when you meet him you run."
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