Rapper Big Zulu Claps Back to Claims of Him Marrying Another Man: “This Is Defamatory to My Name”

Rapper Big Zulu Claps Back to Claims of Him Marrying Another Man: “This Is Defamatory to My Name”

  • Rapper Big Zulu has responded to claims of him being married to another man
  • The Inkabi Records owner said that this has to be one of the most humiliating things one can do
  • The Imali Eningi hitmaker fans agree with him and also share their own opinions

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Big Zulu clapped back on claims of him being gay.
Rapper Big Zulu replied to trolls of peeps joking about his sexuality. Image: @bigzulu
Source: Instagram

No matter how funny it can be, never joke about someone's sexuality. Big Zulu found himself at the centre of controversy after a certain X user defamed him.

Big Zulu trends once more on Twitter

The Inkabi Records owner, Big Zulu, finds himself yet again headlining the trending lists. Recently, the star trended after he flexed his two new luxury Mercedes-Benz cars he bought.

The rapper became the talk of town after he clapped back people who were trolling him and joked about his sexuality.

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An X user, @AdvoBarryRoux, resurfaced an old tweet which led to people joking about the rapper marrying a man. The user posted it again, which made Big Zulu respond to the pictures of his doppelganger.

The X user imposed that it is the Imali Eningi hitmaker and captioned the pictures:

"Love is a beautiful thing. Nkabi Nation."

Check out the picture below:

Big Zulu responds to trolls about his sexuality

After the tweet circulated on social media of rapper Big Zulu allegedly kissing another man, the star responded and slammed those ridiculous claims, mentioning that this is defamatory to his name.

The Inkabi Records owner then wrote a lengthy message on his X account addressing this issue, he said:

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"This is defamatory to my name. Please acknowledge the value of respect, as it has significantly shaped who I am today. As a responsible adult, I am actively raising children, and your shared content would be inappropriate for them to see. I have a family, and I urge you to show them the consideration they deserve, even if you may not hold the same regard for me, which is perfectly fine."

Check out his tweet below:

Fans rally behind Big Zulu

Shortly after the musician addressed the claims and trolls, his fans and followers rallied behind him and supported him. Check out some of the comments below:

@NomavilaB said:

"That's what I thought when I saw this."

@Mceey_One4 wrote:

"Ewu ay. Kona kuwukdelela oksezingeni elicokeme loku. Uyanqena ukumthola umfana uthi ukuxoxa naye nkabi?"

@KhuluBokang replied:

"Askies Ta Zulu, we often seek for attention in the wrong places and for the wrong reasons."

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@EsonasihleM responded:

"Hopefully, he sees this and deletes!"

@RealMrumaDrive said:

"This pictures are so old I even remember you complaining about them back then. Muyeke nkabi ngizo dealer naye."

@SiyaRumbu21 wrote:

"Sorry bhuti. Ziyahlupha zona ezi accounts."

@Sphe____ said:

"All this for impressions."

Big Zulu celebrates 150 Bars hitting 1 million views in 4 days

In other entertainment news, Briefly News reported that Big Zulu took to social media to celebrate 150 Bars, hitting 1 million views in just four days on YouTube. The Mali Eningi rapper dropped the viral diss track late on Friday, 19 August.

The rapper shaded the entire Mzansi rap industry in the song. He roasted artists like Cassper Nyovest, AKA Stogie T and Emtee.

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