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South Africa’s Most Rude Celebrities

Emtee and AKA

For different reasons, celebs sometimes act rudely towards their fans or people in general and here in SA our celebs are no different. Whether on social media or in person these five celebs take the cake as the meanest celebs in South Africa.

AKA
From giving his fans an ultimatum and refusing to take photos with them to being straight up mean on social media.

AKA

Self-pro-claimed king of South African hip hop is well known for his ego and attitude tops the list of the rudest celebrities in the Mzansi entertainment industry. AKA also assaulted a fan on stage in full view of party goers at the Durban July.

Euphonik

DJ Euphonik
Everybody knows Euphonik is not bothered by what anybody says guess that makes it easy when you’re mean.

Lootlove

Lootlove
Lootlove doesn’t have the best reputation when it comes to fans. She is famous for having an attitude and being mean to people when the cameras are not rolling.

Vuyo Dabula

Vuyo Dabula
Vuyo Dabula made headlines back in February when he told a fan she should bath before asking for hugs.

Sizwe Dhlomo

Sizwe Dhlomo

Sizwe Dhlomo is another SA being rude especially on social media. He has no filter with his responses.

Rapper Emtee

emtee

shot down an upcoming beatmaker from Rustenburg on Twitter after the beatmaker wanted to send some of his work to Emtee and was asking for his email address.

Anele Mdoda

Anele Mdoda

Radio personality Anele Mdoda was once accused of making rude and degrading comments about a Canadian transgender pageant contestant during one of her shows.

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