Actor and model Mohale Motaung has not been having a great time recently without being dragged by the cold world of social media. He has in fact had a fair share of ruthless drags, from trending for his SMEG kettle to the English-class flop, the model has now found himself on the wrong side of Twitter again.
Mohale came under fire after he posted a now-deleted tik-tok video of him allegedly mocking the social relief fund beneficiaries who will be receiving the R350 grant, proposed by the government.
Mohale got major backlash on social media with many saying the subject was very insensitive. Although some defended him and said it was meant to crack a joke, but you know on Twitter everyone has their day, Mohale ended up being dragged.
Still doesn’t make it right even if there are more videos. You can’t be seen trying to assist the very vulnerable during this pandemic and then turn around and make fun of those very same people when the government tries to assist too. It’s wrong
— Ngawo La MaZangwe 🏳️🌈 (@ngawoz) May 2, 2020
I found that lil clip in bad taste too
— Stamped Travel Blog (@stampedtravel) May 2, 2020
If he wants to be a public figure….he nees to consider certain posts and things he says, because it always comes back to bite you when you act without thinking of the impa6that has on your brand and your followers. Now look at the back lash that he and Ntando Duma are getting.
— stylecandyofficial (@Stylecandii) May 2, 2020
Mohale deleted that horrible video.
Love your work, “cyberbullies”.
— Bonga Dlulane (@BongaDlulane) May 2, 2020
Mohale Motaung-Mhlongo got a lot more then he bargained for when he decided to show off his lockdown hairstyle. The social media influencer and husband of media personality, Somizi Mhlongo-Motaung uploaded a video and pictures of himself rocking a lockdown hairstyle which saw him move away from his usual bald look to some hair.
However, it was his hairline that…Continue Reading…