- Rouge was not having it when a Twitter user tried dragging her on the timeline
- The rapper said that the user should watch themselves because she posts and gets paid for it
- The Twitter user did not let up and told Rouge to focus on getting a "real job" and stop being a rapper
Sometimes people just need to be put in their place. Mzansi rapper Rouge has had enough with the criticism and has finally clapped back. A fan decided to come at Rouge sideways and she wasn't having it.
Rouge started her career at the age of 19 and has a degree from the University of Pretoria in Drama and Film. She released her first studio project in 2017 and has a few awards under her belt, including a SAMA.
A Twitter user, @Charmzo_man, told Rouge that she should quit rapping and focus on getting a "proper" job.
Rouge had clearly had enough of the Twitter user. The 28-year-old rapper retaliated and said:
"I literally get paid to stay home and tweet something, to party for no reason, to say I like something, because of my screaming and dancing."
The Twitter user replied to Rouge, with a clapback of his own:
"At least nna I don't scream for my pay, I don't dance before I get paid."
Rouge did not stop there and hit back at the user once again:
"You're trying to make what I do for a living seem sad. Impossible."
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Kamo Mphela responded to criticism and sent a strong message to her haters. Kamo Mphela was trending recently after yet another picture of her face left Mzansi confused.
Responding to the trolling, the Amapiano vocalist and dancer took to social media to slam the trolls. In an explicit post, the media personality basically said that she didn’t care about the hate and she would continue to push her hustle.
She posted yet another picture of herself to go with the caption:
“Drag me, slingshot me, cleanse your hearts because I'm still about to f*ck y’all up.”
Social media users had mixed reactions to her post. While some were rooting for her, others continued to troll her about the new picture.
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