Khaya Dlanga Takes Legal Action Against A Tweep Who Accused Him Of Being Paid To Post About The Covid-19 Vaccine

Khaya Dlanga Takes Legal Action Against A Tweep Who Accused Him Of Being Paid To Post About The Covid-19 Vaccine. When it comes to social media, more so Twitter, a lot of users can say vile stuff about a person and get away with it. But there are some public figures like Basetsana Kumalo ad DJ Fresh who have actually take legal action when their names where dragged through the mud.

But do tweeps ever learn, no! Immediately after President Cyril Ramaphosa updated the nation about the Covid-9 vaccine, a lot of people shared their views on whether they will take it or not. Among them were celebrities like Khaya Dlanga and Lerato Kganyago.

Khaya tweeted that he will take the vaccine, once it becomes available in SA. Some people came after the YouTuber and author saying that he has been paid to promote the vaccine. Instead he took the legal route, and one tweep had to apologize publicly for her statement.

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