Lesizwe tells his fans his own reasons for canceling his Twitter

Lesizwe tells his fans his own reasons for canceling his Twitter

Lasizwe Dambuza may need been bullied on social media before but that clearly didn’t cause the deactivation of his Twitter account. The comedian claims to possess deleted his account because he was hacked.

Lesizwe tells his fans his own reasons for canceling his Twitter

Lasizwe clarified a number of the speculations surrounding his reasoning for deleting his Twitter account. The YouTuber posted an image of himself exposing his bottom, trying to spread the word that tiny b*tts matter. “To everyone with a little ass, don’t be concerned you’re not alone,” he stated. Shortly afterward, he went MIA on social media.

After making his way back to Twitter, he revealed that he had been hacked. When he returned, his profile picture had been changed, and lost his 1 million followers. After regaining full control, he revealed that he had been hacked.

“They tried to hack my Twitter account… that’s why I used to be inactive and my account was apparently “deleted/ deactivated”! But we back Swirie! What did I miss on these Twitter Streets?” he announced.

Shortly after, he continued to flaunt his behind without care within the world. “Love your beautiful body!” he captioned his post.

When asked to elucidate his small behind, Lasizwe didn’t bother to deal with the difficulty, “What’s there to explain? Just say you would like to possess an as* like mine like everyone else. This some iconic unique shit!”

Many have linked his small b*tt to the very fact that he’s still a virgin. After teasing his fans a few new relationships last year, it appears the Youtuber remains a virgin. Well, that’s consistent with his tweets which revealed that he’s still saving himself for marriage.

“Looking forward to the day when my future husband breaks my virginity. So excited about this.”

Singer and actor Naak Musiq, also had his Twitter account hacked by an unknown Turkish man. Since the hacking, many accounts are trying to pose as Naaq Musiq’s new account and requesting people to either follow them or avoid being scammed. DJ Tira has begun to show these opportunistic tweeps who are posing as Naak.

“Hey guys, I even have been hacked So please don’t send money to anybody, plz!!! if my real account asks you to try to do so. I even have informed @Twitter about this fraud hence I created this temporary account.”

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