Pearl Thusi has admitted that Metro FM is the toxic environment that you can ever work onto because of the proper protocols that they are following on this station, which has caused Dineo Ranaka to lose her job during the week due to the dancing moves that she was doing over the furniture of this station.
Thusi speaks this things from the experience that she had while she was working on this station which has led her to leave her job, and she has been clear about how the station is treating presenters because suspending someone without given her a warning is something that needs to be addressed by the court.
Finally, there's someone who is backing Ranaka who has just lost her job and this might boost her a lot because of the influence that Thusi has in the country.
What makes this to be serious is that it has been trending the whole day on Twitter where people are supporting her.
But there's a lot that people has to do we're they must send their inquiries to the station to tell them about this issue.
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