We've all been through humiliation, we've had our dignities ripped off from us, treated with contempt and persecution, merely because we saw the best in people who saw us as nothing but objects to be used.
We've heard stories of how insolent and arrogant celebrities are to their fans or people as a whole. Sandile Mahlangu who plays the role of Simo on Scandal, is the next celebrity to be called out for his insolence.
A lady shared how he hooked up with Sandile at the club but later Sandile ghosted her ,then blocked her number, until she slid into his DM but the response she got was heartbreaking.
"Lol you are sad and all that energy that you have pent up in your upset little fragile heart will be the reason why you stay beneath my shoe.
You weren't worth even this response. I just wanted to give you the newsflash that, you don't matter and me knowing that, you will read this and realise how pathetic you are gives me all joy.
..heal" said Sandile.
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