- Boity Thulo has been trending on social media for constantly standing up to bullies in the entertainment industry
- A fan dug up an old video of Boity calling Kuli Roberts out for bullying Lerato Kganyago on television
- Later, Boity said that she could've handled the matter without becoming so upset but she needed to defend Lerato
Mzansi rapper and media personality Boity Thulo has always stood up to bullies in the industry and fans have dug up an old video of her calling Kuli Roberts out for being mean.
The video is from an old episode of V-Entertainment and Boity was not having it when Kuli slandered Lerato Kganyago. Boity, Kuli and Lerato were invited to be on the show but Lerato didn't show up because she wasn't on good terms with Kuli.
In the middle of the episode, Kuli said that she was glad Lerato didn't come because it would have been an awkward situation. Boity then got annoyed and proceeded to call Kuli out for being nasty.
Boity told Kuli that she was being weird and what she said was f***ing unnecessary. Boity was visibly upset and afterwards said that she could've handled things differently.
"I do apologise for swearing but I do not apologise for standing up for Lerato," said Boity.
Boity then dragged Kuli Roberts for saying negative things about Lerato and ripped her character to shreds on national television.
It was indeed an awkward situation after Boity defended Lerato at the table but it Boity felt that she needed to look out for a fellow entertainer.
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Somizi clapped back at a troll coming at him sideways for his bank balance. Somizi Mhlongo is living large but this hasn't always been the case for him.
There was a period in his career where things weren't going too well and he had lost a lot of money. Somizi eventually picked himself up and started making good money again.
A Twitter user, @SiyaStofile5, however, is not impressed with Somizi and told the home cook what he wishes for him in the future.
"Can't wait for when you are bankrupt wena Somizi," they said.
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