One puts things online so that other people can see them, and comment on if they wish but one has no idea, of course, who will. One celebrity who recently landed himself in hot is Maps Maponyane.
This comes after he tweeted that the things tweeted by grown men on Twitter under the guise of 'humour' is just embarrassing.
His followers where quick to comment on the post. One Tweep said:” Maps, Boity is your friend atleast we thought so but you failed to publicly use this energy to come strong and condemn GBV directed to your close friend. Tlhabiwa ke ditlhong Maps.”
Another Tweep said:”Ay wena humor is subjective if you don't like it ignore it. Like you ignored Bujy the person who attacked another person.” Many thought that Maps Maponyane’s tweeet was a subtweet to Ifani who also took to his Twitter page to post that If God gave him a chance to hit Boity, he wouldn’t use a bottle.
What is your take on the matter?
Let us know in the comments.
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