- DJ Shimza has encouraged his followers to normalise reporting social media accounts of cyber bullies
- The musician took to Twitter recently to share his thoughts on people who bully others online
- Many people, including entertainers, have been victims of trolls, especially on the micro-blogging app
DJ Shimza took to social media recently to share his opinion on trolls. The musician expressed that he is against cyber bullying.
Many people, including celebs, have been victims of cyber bullying. Shimza asked his followers to normalise reporting social media accounts of people who bully others online. The talented star wrote:
"Normalise reporting accounts that cyberbully others!"
The artist's fans took to his comment section to share their thoughts on his post. Check out some of their comments below:
"Sometimes it's not like we are cyber bulling them it's just to make sure that they stay on their lane."
"We were supposed to do that to you the time you did it to Ceega."
"ICYMI: Twitter has a block option."
"Yooh, imagine reporting the whole of black Twitter."
"Well said Shimmy."
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Shimza took to social media recently to encourage his followers to show off their wealth. The rich star shared that he'll rock expensive clothes and drive the latest luxurious whips once he becomes wealthy.
Shimza said he'll live wherever he wants when he gets a healthy bag and show off. He expressed that he won't "look apologetic" like billionaire Bill Gates. He wrote on Twitter:
"We gonna be wealthy, wear what we want, be driven in what we want and stay where we want. Not this Bill Gates thing of looking apologetic! Nna nka se gone! I’m sorry!"
Tweeps shared mixed reactions to Shimza's tweet. @TshifhiwaMadega said:
"When you are rich you will do just that but when you’re wealthy you no longer care much about labels and brands."
"Bro Bill Gates drives the latest electric Porsche, his house is worth multi-millions. Don’t listen to these people who say billionaires are living a simple life."
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