At this moment it’s so confusing and you can’t tell if maybe people are frustrated by the lockdown extension that they are getting angry so easily on nothing wrong.
DJ Shimza has found himself trending again for the wrong reasons. This time around, tweeps have been dragging him and accusing him of being rude. This follows after a fan tweeted and asked the DJ to invite him, to one of his lockdown parties.
The fan asked everyone to retweet his tweet so that he can get the attention from the DJ. Shimza finally gave him the attention but it ended on a sour note. The DJ responded and said, he needs to stop harassing him and it is annoying.
Shimza’s remarks have sparked a major debate on Twitter as some Twitter users have been accusing him of being rude.
Shimza came to his defence and said, the fan is constantly on his timeline, so he feels harassed. Twitter users tackled him and said he was just rude and does not appreciate his fans.
You were not harassed, Shimza. He asked, his fans asked. You have a bigger platform and you are the decision maker. You could have said No and it would have been Okay. No need to be rude about it. https://t.co/waERCc8fIZ
— Tshigwena (@Tshiwandy) April 10, 2020
Shimza is Kak Kak, acknowledging that the guy is always on his timeline asking for a chance yet you don’t block him if you feel harassed, nevermind going to his DM and explaining to him politely that you can’t help him and he should stop blowing your TL.
— Bungolezwe (@Bungolezwe) April 10, 2020
Yoh… Twitter is coming for Shimza like ‘flaminyon steak” I don’t know whether I even type that out right or not. pic.twitter.com/jKJ9fVOpWB
— Frank Lucas (@Dman_zn) April 10, 2020
Une drama we Shimza
— jabulani gwala (@jbgwala) April 10, 2020
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