- Fitness lover @xlethu on Instagram's pictures were stolen and shared to Twitter by an account with the handle @Ubuhleeee
- @Ubuhleeee was called out by a few tweeps who wanted to know why he/she stole Lethu's pictures
- @Ubuhleeee responded to being called out with no valid reason while many South Africans still don't know that Lethu's pics were stolen
A Twitter user whose profile depends on sharing images of women they claim to be, recently went viral. The person behind the @Ubuhleeee Twitter account shared images of a very well-known Instagram fitness lover.
The stunning lady goes by @xlethu and the images of her that were stolen are from last year. @xlethu on Insta often posts about her fitness journey and those she helps. While @Ubuhleeee stole the images and captioned them: "Too much?"
A scroll through @Ubuhleeee's account shows that whoever runs it does this quite often.
Take a look at the Twitter post below:
@xlethu has around 119k followers and shared a series of images in her tennis gear last year, take a look at her original post below:
While many Saffa tweeps believed @Ubuhleeee, some were not afraid to call the account out on using pictures that are not theirs:
"I almost followed you thinking you're all that."
@Ubuhleeee did respond to the above in a rather rude manner:
In other trending Twitter news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a man who was savagely friendzoned online. When @VukatiHlungwani (Kati) posted on Twitter that she had a bunch of selfies but no one to send them to, @ScenesWithMike (Mike) took the opportunity to shoot his shot. Mike offered to DM Kati his number so she could send her selfies.
He did just that and Kati shared her selfies with him. Mike took screenshots of their entire interaction starting with Kati's original tweet and captioned them: "A short story." He added a blushing faced emoji at the end.
The savage part comes in when Kati quote tweeted Mike's excited "short story" tweet with "To a new friendship." South Africans were absolutely shook at Kati's response and trolled both of them in their replies section.
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