The freedom and reach that social media gives celebrities also sometimes means their mistakes are immediately broadcasted directly to their millions of fans. When your a celebrity, things could quickly go downhill with a single post. One person who recently learned this the hard way is Anele Mdoda.
This comes after the radio personality posted “Can y’all respect us! I don’t see a security company called THIN but there is one called CHUBB. so please.” This was accompanied by a picture which looked like a screenshot that says “ The chubbier the girl, the more peaceful she is. These skeletons are very rude.”
Many of her followers didn’t take lightly to the post and expressed how the post made them feel. One Tweep said:”How is such a person still associated with Miss SA brand. From calling other women ugly to skeletons. I wonder wat you call some of the contestants behind their backs if you can say such on a public platform.”
“Really weird as to how you’d stoop so low knowing how influential you are, the fact that you don’t see anything wrong with such a post just makes me wonder how you really process upstairs…sometimes its best to turn tables on yourself and see if ud be happy being labeled,” said another Tweep. Anele Mdoda has been trending for all the wrong reasons of late and many Tweeps questioned how a whole Miss South Africa judge can say such things online.
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