Is Shudufadzo being ‘Pearl Thusi’d’ by a Twitter hate train?
Shudufadzo Musida seems to have gathered steam as a target for Twitter trolls who reside in her comments, spewing the most disturbing vitriol you’ll find on a timeline.
Twitter trolls gun for Shudufadzo
The recently crowned Miss South Africa (Miss SA) may have had to mute her Twitter notifications over the large scale of slander she received for simply manifesting her desire to, one day, become a president.
I want to be president 🥺— Shudufhadzo (@abigailmusida) April 7, 2021
A statement that didn’t invite personal opinions was infiltrated by trolls who left distasteful comments.
If ubu fihla umdidi I was gonna say yes you got a chance manje umdidi yimphilo lakuwe ngeke ulunge you’re right where you are pic.twitter.com/iV7eHLsnM5— uMashonisa_zn (@uMashonisa_ZN) April 7, 2021
We gave a hand, you became Miss SA. Now you want the whole arm. Yonela pic.twitter.com/aZArQUQ1wK— Qhama Dlula (@qhamadlula_) April 8, 2021
Meet Malaudi musida my grandmother , in 1974 she was the first black woman to be the president of bikinis and chiskops pic.twitter.com/IpOjPupZRW— BUHLEZ ✪♚ (@buhlez_za) April 7, 2021
Is Miss SA being ‘Pearl Thusi’d by Twitter hate train?
An accumulation of these events supports the argument that Musida may be gathering steam as a hated celebrity on Twitter, much like actress Pearl Thusi who has had her fair share of rows on the polarising platform.
As if the body-shaming and snarky commentary around her affinity for bikinis in tropical conditions was not a step too far, the trolling Musida’s endured recently is enough proof to conclude that she does have a hate train.
But, has this bothered the 24-year-old? Well, her upcoming feature in Natasha Joubert’s Destiny Designed virtual fashion show speaks volumes on Musida’s focus — fewer trivialities, more money bags.