- South African media personality Pearl Thusi has made it clear that she will never be bullied by social media trolls
- The Queen Sono actress said that she was "too ghetto" to let any disrespect against her slide
- Mzansi social media users had mixed reactions to her revelation
Pearl Thusi will always stand her ground against Twitter bullies. Pearl said that she was “too ghetto” to sit back and let people tell her off.
Responding to a social media user who advised her to ignore the noise, Pearl said:
“Babe I’m too ghetto to keep quiet every time I’m disrespected. “She’s Zulu & yellow. Grew up in the ghetto” Emtee wasn’t lying to y’all.”
Social media users had mixed reactions to her post. Twitter user FMohokare said:
“Mara sometimes you don't have to let them manipulate you, in that way they can't control your mood Pearl”
“Lol personally feel mama panther is a genius. How she can rile up everyone at will n get ppl talking about her is just amazing”
“I fell in love with you when you were playing a character of Samkelisiwe Nkambule an orphan in zone 14, way back in 2011”
Meanwhile Briefly.co.za previously reported that Pearl Thusi recently took to social media to reveal how she copes with public scrutiny. The actress took to Twitter to share her "coping mechanism" with her fans.
The star and many other celebs have been subjected to public scrutiny on social media platforms and Pearl has learnt to cope with the pressure that comes with being in the public eye on a daily basis. She is one of Mzansi's most-dragged entertainers on social media. The stunner posted:
"No one is perfect. But when they focus on your blessings until they lose sight on their own... they throw stones and magnify your imperfections. A coping mechanism."
The lead actress of Queen Sono actress also told her fans not to be distracted but continue fighting for their dreams.
"Distraction comes right before a breakthrough. Don’t stop fighting for your purpose."
Pearl's fans took to her comment section to react to her "words of wisdom". Check out some of their comments below:
"I couldn't have said it better."
"Amen to that sister."
"You’re light-skinned, beautiful and a hell of hard worker. Don’t cry about it. It makes them happy!"
"I've been waiting for this tweet. Thank you Queen Pearl.
"Wise words of wisdom. Thank you."
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