Mzansi's Nubian princess, Nomzamo Mbatha, has been caught in a Twitter storm after her second clap back to a troll online.
Don't look down pic.twitter.com/nhjSZVhBJ9
Nomzamo then clapped backed, stating: "Sis, I think we should stick to dancing and leave the Customs Duty paying to mama. For the record, that one busted, dis' a new one".
Ur still wearing this dress from 2015.Nee gerl. https://t.co/YbidobAStW
The resposes to her clap back set Twitter alight with people praising her for the response.
Sis, I think we should stick to dancing and leave the Customs Duty paying to mama.
For the record, that one busted, dis' a new one ❤️ https://t.co/drNA5jg7AX
The star then threw in another shady tweet for good messure:
Bathi Stick to Dancing. pic.twitter.com/6xIJ4Gn7hh
This tweet did not sit well with some Twitter users and debate sprung on Monday morning on whether the tweet lacked tacked and was anti-poor.
This trolling thing has to have rules...
1. Know your Tax bracket. 🙏🏽
Know your tax bracket Twitter is boring because it’s based on an assumption. You don’t know my life
Don’t tell your fans to “know their tax bracket” when they spend their “small” money to support your initiatives. Sanukunyela abantu!
However, not all of the Twitterverse thought that Nomzamo was being distatstefull in her tweet.
Nothing wrong with her defending herself but its funny how celebrities think just because you're not famous, you're not in their tax bracket
I guess the essence of it all is...Tax bracket clap backs are for Vusi. And Vusi alone🤗
People are so touched by that tax bracket tweet like it’s directed at them. We love making tweets about us here. It’s not about you!!! pic.twitter.com/A7jLUPhLkH
Nomzamo has responded to outrage stating "The tweet was addressed at one individual who was being a troll. Context."
Exactly. He was directly coming for her finances and her response was befitting. She didn’t just wake up and start talking tax brackets.
The tweet was addressed at one individual who was being a troll.
We all had a good laugh! It was all said in jest!
It's Twitter after all... right? 🙂🙃
Hopefully Nozamo's explanation will calm the tweeps enough to rest their fingers for the next heated Sunday Twitter session.
Tweets MUST be taken into context. Now we can't address "trolls" at the level they choose to jab?
Is'not fun anymore ke 🤷🏽♀️