- A South African man recently decided to make his views on US celeb Perez Hilton very public
- Heading to Twitter, the young man called Hilton a cockroach and it seemed to get Hilton's attention as he soon responded to the tweet by liking it
- Mzansi was left laughing out loud by the whole thing after the man shared it on his timeline
It isn't every day when someone shades an international celebrity and gets an actual response, which is why local Twitter user @Mavumavu91 was so taken aback after he shaded US media personality and gossip blogger Perez Hilton and actually received a reaction from him.
It all started when Mavumavu decided to call Perez Hilton a cockroach in response to an article that was written by US publication Page Six, who wrote that Perez made Britney Spears' life hell and he knew it.
And of course, Perez Hilton, who has never been one to stay quiet or avoid an internet squabble, wasted absolutely no time in responded to Mavumavu by liking the cockroach tweet, just to show that he actually saw it and couldn't be bothered by other people's opinion of him.
Meanwhile, Mzansi tweeps who were watching everything unfold from the comfort of their homes were soon in the comment section laughing their butts off. Read a few of their hilarious comments below:
"I’m so dead."
"He likes everything about him, doubtful, he’s just hungry for attention. It’s been years shem."
"I hope you can afford sechuritea."
In other Briefly.co.za news, Mohale Motaung is very active on social media but unfortunately that normally results in him being victim to trolls online. Recently, Mohale commented on a post and found himself catching strays when Twitter user @pabimono_ asked him if he had a title deed.
Many have teased Mohale in the past about marrying the wealthy Somizi while having nothing of any real value to his name. This time Mohale bravely stood his ground and refused to be bullied by an internet troll looking to bring him down. He said:
"We are too young to be asked for title deeds. Anyway, shine girl."
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