- Busiswa posted a series of pictures to social media that showed her in the process of cooking a pig's head
- One online troll saw this as an invitation to rudely comment on the singer's body
- Busiswa was not having it so she swiftly cut him off and fans loved the way she dealt with the situation
With all the negativity swirling online people often advise against responding to haters who are just around to antagonise. But sometimes trolls cross the line and they need to be dealt with.
Busiswa recently found herself dealing with a troll after participating in the popular internet challenge "How it started vs How it's going". The star posted a pig's head before and after she had cooked it.
A random hater decided that this was the perfect opportunity to comment on Busiswa's body. He wrote in a comment on the post: "Uzobuyela to your old body futh".
Busiswa was not going to let that slide. The singer clapped back swiftly and, instead of stooping to the troll's level, just told him off.
"Don’t stress yourself about my body, young man. No matter how tempted you are, don’t do that."
Busiswa's fans loved how she dealt with the hater and told her so in the comments. One user wrote:
@leekadube: "My apologies on his behalf sis @busiswaah. Such men really shame us, actually such humans shame the species. Good response too, l like how you remain polite in rebuke."
In other Busiswa-related news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on the star opening up about another kind of abuse, which she suffered at the hands of her intimate partners.
Busiswa has taken to social media to open up about being abused by two of her ex-boyfriends. The musician took to Instagram on Monday night to share a three-part video series where she speaks about being abused in her last two relationships.
The star shared that she was in two abusive relationships between 2013 and 2019. She shared that she has been abused physically, psychologically, emotionally and financially. Busiswa alleged that she was abused by Sfiso Mazibuko and her baby daddy Katlego Mlangeni.
She expressed that she shared her story because she wanted to help women out who might find themselves in a similar situation.
"I'm not making this video to speak about these two individuals. I'm making this video to talk about gender-based violence but also to talk to women and girls who have or may ever find themselves in those situations."
She told all women going through gender-based violence that it is not their fault.
"I'm here to say to ladies who are in abusive relationships or who'll ever come across that situation, God forbid. You can't. It's not your place, it's not your responsibility, it's not your job to change an abuser."
Busiswa said she kept her situation a secret because she was worried about what her fans would think.
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