A conflict exists between SA and Boity because Boity described people as cockroaches

A conflict exists between SA and Boity because Boity described people as cockroaches

A conflict exists between SA and Boity  because  Boity   described people as cockroaches

This after the rapper expressed her frustration at some negative social media comments.

If there’s one thing South African Twitter users have, it’s an extended memory. Add an unforgiving spirit thereto and you’ve got the type of dilemma media personality and rapper Boity Thulo has found herself in.

On Friday, the rapper announced that she would be releasing her first-ever signature Eau de parfum together with a corporation called Halo Heritage, who describe themselves because of the new leading creators of luxurious natural haircare and fine fragrances.

The fragrance is named Boity Pink Sapphire and has been trending alongside the word “roaches”.

This comes after the musician reportedly commented on tweets by influencer Mihlali Ndamase who expressed her frustration recently after men slut-shamed her for admitting that she is dating.

“They DGAF. Don’t let the roaches bring you right down to their level,” commented Boity.

On a sperate occasion, she tweeted: “Do these roaches not have jobs?! Sitting, bitchin, and gossiping on twitter all day? Sies.”

On Thursday, she then tweeted what some have called an apology, however, it doesn’t necessarily read like one.

A conflict exists between SA and Boity  because  Boity   described people as cockroaches

“A few days ago, I used to be being trolled by a variety of men on this app throughout the day. These men insulted me in every way possible. I too responded with insults & proceeded to call those men unemployed roaches. If you didn’t insult me that day, the insult wasn’t meant for you,” tweeted Thulo.

Some believe she did this as a part of control before the announcement of her perfume which many have claimed they might not be buying thanks to their status as roaches. Yikes.