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Tebogo Thobejane reacts to being cyberbullied by her friends

Tebogo Thobejane responds to cyberbullying from Inno Morolong and Doro Mongy. Tebogo Thobejane is exhausted from the constant cyberbullying she’s encountered after her supposed friends mocked her.

Doro Mongy and Inno Morolong who were friends with Tebogo mocked her on social media by claiming she’s older and that her private part exudes hideous odour.

Tebogo Thobejane

The aforementioned friends took to Instagram Live to dish out vile claims about the actress. Social media users have reacted to the ongoing saga, and many are disappointed at Doro and Inno’s attitude.

Taking to Instagram, Thobejane frowned at being cyberbullied; she appreciated a group who has voiced out against the bullying.

“Thank you guys for the massive support and understanding I have suffered almost two years living in fear for my family and my son!! We should build each other instead of tearing each other down,” she wrote.

Tebogo Thobejane

Some followers urged her not to retaliate, while other comforted her.

“Sweetheart I told you this before, it is not what is done to you that affects you but how you react to it. Kindly don’t retaliate to anything, don’t talk back to anything. Remember when I was being attacked, I kept quite because I knew it wasn’t true. All you Have to do is continue being great. Don’t argue or fight with anyone. You guys were once close friends y’all are all hurting and will take things out that are too personal that were shared in confidence. Keep your head up!!!!! Call me when you feel like crying, your son needs his mom to be strong,” Lady Du wrote.

In other news – PICS: Black Motion’s Smol accuses ex-partner Morda of theft

The creative relationship between Thabo “Smol” Mabogwane and Bongani “Morda” Mohosana produced some great music – but that is history now. The Spirit Motion studios were trashed and equipment taken, and Smol believes Morda did it. He wants the equipment back by Friday – or his former partner “will see him in court”!
Murdah Bongz

It has come to this for the two founding members of the award-winning Afro-house group Black Motion. Smol (36) is dragging his ex-partner Morda, formerly known as Murdah Bongz, to court for allegedly damaging studio equipment belonging to Spirit Motion. Black Motion was formed in 2010 and released their hit song Banane Mavoko featuring Jah Rich, that paved their way into the Mzansi music scene. Learn More

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