A Twitter war or a Twar breaks out between American and South African Twitter. MacG asked an inappropriate question to the American star Ari Lennox based on her song.
The star was outraged and promised never to set foot in our Country or do interviews in South Africa again.
Some find her reaction a little hypocritical because MacG quoted her lyrics, and some feel that he was wrong for objectifying a woman like that.
Celebrities like Bonnie Mbuli expressed their disapproval at MacG, but the opposition also made their word heard.
Phil Mphela put two different and opposing sides that people have been going around about this matter, and he called it ” Two statements, from both sides of the topic.”
The statements are from Bonnie Mbuli and a Twitter user named African legend. Let’s see what these two said.
Bonnie Mbuli wrote this on her page.
“May we be delivered from bearing the burden of feeling collective embarrassment when South Africans like MacG proudly parade their ignorance and commitment to the degradation of women 😓”
@AfricanLefendZA wrote this on his page
The Ari Lennox interview with MacG proves that Artists Feed us vile Language and Culture that they refuse to consume. As long as they make money, they are happy to consume. But not when it affects their image.
Many ask why Ari Lenoxx is putting all South Africans in one basket. She has since deleted many tweets she sent before, but people feel that her opinions about South Africa were an unfair and poor judgment.
One Twitter user asked why Ari Lenoxx took an interview with a random South African, meaning MacG.
This is a developing story, and we will keep you posted on what transpires as it progresses.