- Pearl Thusi has been dragged for her interview with Khanyi Mbau in which she was accused of interviewing herself
- She went on a rant about trolls attacking her complexion with her accusing them of being jealous
- Twitter users were not pleased with the interview style and structure saying it was more about Pearl than Khanyi
Twitter users were none too pleased with Pearl Thusi after her interview with Khanyi Mbau. Pearl Thusi went on a rant aimed at troll who dragged her over her complexion.
This took place on the latest episode of BET’s “Behind the Story” where she said that trolls were just jealous because her skin was so light.
Twitter trolls took aim at her interview skills and how the interview was structured.
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Pearl Thusi had Khanyi Mbau as her guest on Behind The Story and things got hella emotional. Pearl completely broke down, and it seems like this was a long time coming.
Speaking about her time in the entertainment industry, Khanyi brought up the fact that her downfall led to Pearl’s success. While Khanyi was not saying that Pearl is not talented, she made it clear that she definitely opened the path for her.
Khanyi explained how Mbau her ex-lover sabotaged her career by leaking nudes. This resulted in Khanyi facing some major backlash and many pulling out of wanting to work with her - Pearl was next in line and got the opportunities that were taken from Khanyi.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Khanyi Mbau is celebrating her 35th birthday. This woman is a powerhouse who has never let the opinions of others define her nor stop her from building an indestructible empire.
Khanyisile Mbau, commonly known as Khanyi Mbau, is a renowned South African actress, social media personality, socialite, TV host and artist. She first stepped into the limelight in 2004 following her role as Mbali in SABC 1 soap opera Mandla.
Ever since the celebrity has evolved into a household name with various big projects in her acting career, and she has been nominated for various awards, some of which she won.
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