- Berita, who is the wife of Nota Baloyi, took to Twitter to slam trolls who are dragging her into her husband's drama
- The soul singer said that she doesn't have to be included just because her husband is a public figure
- Social media users commented on Berita's tweet and showed her some support for the bullying she faced
Nota Baloyi's wife, soul singer Berita has said that she will not tolerate being dragged online for her husband's opinions. Taking to Twitter, Berita spoke about the amount of bullying she's faced on Twitter and she will not allow it anymore. She said:
"There are some people on this app that think they can come for me just because my husband has a public persona. You are crossing the line now. Please keep my name out of it."
She said that she only wishes love and light for everyone on her end and she doesn't have time for nonsense. The singer is not impressed with Mzansi social media users trying to drag her into her husband's mess.
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Check out the reactions from social media users to Berita's tweet below:
"The way I’m into people for their music, I didn’t even know that you were married. Tow that line baby girl, protect your peace."
"So sorry do hear that love. Don't let haters get to you Ms B. I think what you just did was a mistake because these people are just keyboard warriors seeking attention."
"It is not cool when people fail to differentiate between private life and public life."
Briefly News previously reported that Nota Baloyi denied commenting on Rap Lyf after Big Zulu slammed him online. Mzansi rapper Big Zulu has hit back at the opinionated Nota Baloyi for his comments about Rap Lyf.
Nota thinks that Big Zulu shouldn't be mixing with Rap Lyf studios too much because it might come back to bite him the behind.
"@BigZulu_ZN better watch his back, front and his side because he’s out there riding in the Rap Lyf bus, recording his album at Rap Lyf Studios, he doesn’t know what he’s got himself into." "
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