Ari Lennox Deletes Rude Mr Smeg Tweet: “Not Worth My Job and the Tons of Opportunities Happening”

Ari Lennox Deletes Rude Mr Smeg Tweet: “Not Worth My Job and the Tons of Opportunities Happening”

  • US singer Ari Lennox says her shady tweet directed at Mzansi Twitter influencer Michael Bucwa, popularly known as Mr Smeg, is not worth her job
  • The star came under fire from South African social media users when she fired serious shots at Mr Smeg after he simply complimented her
  • The singer later deleted the post, saying it's not worth missing the many opportunities happening in her career at the moment

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Ari Lennox's shady Twitter game has made her unpopular on the South African Twitter streets. Peeps blasted the star after she slammed Mr Smeg for complimenting her.

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Ari Lennox has tweeted that she deleted her rude response to Mr Smeg because it was not worth it. Image: Getty Images
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It all started when local Twitter influencer Mr Smeg took to the micro-blogging site to praise the Set Him Up singer. He said the singer is beautiful and he is a huge fan of her music. He wrote:

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"Hey @AriLennox, you are beautiful, and I love your music. When are you coming to South Africa?"

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Lennox responded by saying she is not coming to South Africa, and Bucwa's entire existence is disgusting. She wrote:

"No thanks, Smegma! Your entire existence is nauseating."

The Unloyal hitmaker later took down her post. One follower later tweeted that she shouldn't have, and she responded by saying the shady tweet was not worth her job, TimesLIVE reports. She replied:

"It’s not worth my job. It’s not worth the tons of opportunities happening."

Speaking exclusively to Briefly News, Michael Bucwa said Lennox's mean tweets did not move him, rather he felt sad for her. He said:

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"I felt sad for her. She is probably going through a lot."

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Briefly News previously reported that singer Steve Hofmeyr has landed in hot water for his homophobic remarks. The Afrikaans singer was called out by the South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) for comments he made on social media.

In a now-deleted tweet, Hofmeyr took a swipe at Disney for creating content that accommodates members of the LGBTQ+ community. According to The South African, the singer's comments, which are in contravention of the equality act, were posted earlier this month. He said:

“While my generation learned to speak to mice, ducks and dogs, our children will be taught how to have sex with mice, ducks and dogs."

Source: Briefly News

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