- Boity has responded to a social media user who asked her to buy her an iPhone
- Boity viciously told the tweep who asked for the expensive phone that she doesn't have any children
- Boity's fans have shared mixed reactions to her "harsh" response to the tweep
Boity has responded to a fan who asked the star to buy an iPhone for her. Boity unleashed a classic response to the tweep who asked her for the ridiculous favour.
The tweep @oratilweor took to Twitter on Monday, 12 October and asked the media personality to buy her the expensive phone. She even shared a couple of loudly crying face emojis along with her now deleted tweet. The stunner viciously told the tweep that she doesn't have any children yet.
Everyone on social media knows that iPhones are not so cheap Mzansi. Many tweeps have agreed that even though Boity is loaded, one can't just rock up on her timeline and ask for an iPhone.
Tweeps have shared mixed reactions to the reality TV star's response. Some felt that she was a bit harsh while others defended her. Check out some of the comments below:
"Yoh that was harsh."
"Celebrities are dealing with them one by one today."
"You should have just said you don't want to."
"Why? To have the guts to ask for an iPhone even... Haebo."
"Okay maybe @Boity response may have been harsh but come on an iPhone really, come on! Celebrities are still people like us, just because they're in the public space doesn't mean they're different from us. But asking for an iPhone is a little extreme, don't you think?"
"That was harsh, you could have just said you can't. Yes you don't have kids, so? There was no need to be rude #just saying#"
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za previously reported that Ntando Duma mopped the floor with a troll who came for her forehead on social media. The star served the tweep with a spicy clap-back on Twitter.
The Queen star shared a collage of her stunning snaps on the micro-blogging app on Monday, 7 September. She described herself as a skin glow representative. The stunner also joked about her forehead in the same post. She captioned the post:
"Sphongo (forehead) nation and skin glow representative."
Many of the stunner's followers flooded her timeline to compliment her for looking gorgeous and glowing on the pics. But one troll, @RolandSavage7, decided to shade the star's forehead. The troll wrote: "Does the sun set on your forehead?"
The stunner came back with a vicious response. Ntando replied to the troll, who has a dreadlocks haircut:
"Does the bush grow on your head?"
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