- Anele Mdoda says that she is happy and is not insulted by the social media trolls coming at her sideways
- The media personality told them to save their data, she is not offended in any way and doesn't care
- Mzansi social media users continued to drag Anele Mdoda in the comments section for her old tweets
Media personality Anele Mdoda is totally unbothered by the insults that social media users have been throwing at her. Anele recently posted a really pretty selfie with makeup on and fans dragged her because she once said that Kelly Rowland is ugly.
Taking to social media, Anele let all the haters know that she's totally fine and she doesn't care about their comments. She tweeted:
"The thing about Twitter is just because you send an insult does not mean I will be insulted. Save your data for when you leave wifi zones. Trust. Sihappy thina."
In a tweet that has now been deleted, a fan continued to drag Anele but she hit back in a follow-up tweet:
"It's a life lesson for you as well. Just because someone insults you, you have no need to be insulted. Don't take offence... Leave it on the buffet table. Should you not be working wena?"
Check out the reactions from other social media users below:
"The only good thing about you is that you are covered by Assupol, even if those insults kill you."
"Exactly how Kelly felt when throwing shades."
"It was you who taught people to hate on others and now that they hating on you."
Briefly News previously reported that Anele Mdoda got dragged for her new selfie and fans recalled the Kelly Rowland diss. Media personality Anele Mdoda has been serving looks lately and recently shared a new selfie on Twitter.
Usually, fans are welcoming and compliment her but this time, they chose to remember the time she dragged Kelly Rowland for her looks. In 2019, Anele Mdoda said that Kelly Rowland doesn't look good without makeup and this caused fans to be upset.
The media personality went as far as saying that it would be "tickets" if Kelly were to take her makeup off.
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