Lesizwe posts on Twitter, which disgusts the fans, so I have to delete his account after their reactions

Lesizwe posts on Twitter, which disgusts the fans, so I have to delete his account after their reactions

Comedian and social media personality Lasizwe Dambuza has deactivated his Twitter account after relentless body-shaming from trolls.

Lesizwe posts on Twitter, which disgusts the fans, so I have to delete his account after their reactions

It all began with a series of photos posted by Lasizwe. The star took to social media with a body-positive and giggle-worthy moment, reminding fans that each one booty matter no matter size.

“To everyone with a little *ss, don’t be concerned you’re not alone. #small*smatter” captioned the star.

Though he was met amorously and laughs from his fans, a number of the troublesome elements on Twitter caught wind of his photoshoot.

Within a matter of minutes, the star was faced with hateful comments from bullies and trolls.

The MTV’s Fake It ‘Til you create It star blocked all the negativity and hate by deactivating his Twitter account.

Lasizwe’s Instagram and Facebook accounts remain active.

Many of his dedicated stans took to Twitter in support, while others speculated about his posts.

Here are a number of reactions from tweeps:

Lasizwe is not any stranger to the risks of online bullying.

After assisting a lover with an electricity voucher and reminding them to “use it wisely”, the star received backlash from the web for his “wisecrack” comment.

Speaking to TshisaLIVE, he opened the constant hate he got online.

“I think people on social media wish to comment irrationally and therefore the problem is I’d also say, ‘OK, guys send your meter numbers’. If I do not show people proof that I bought the electricity they’d call me out saying I’m a liar, but once I do post people will say I’m bragging and showing off.

“These social media people do not know what they need. Do they need people to assist or do they not want us to not help? Because once we help they assert we are gloating and once we don’t they assert celebs don’t care about people within the country,” said Lasizwe.

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