Video Rises Of Pearl Thusi Making Fun Of Bonang’s Abuse Suffering

Video Rises Of Pearl Thusi Making Fun Of Bonang’s Abuse Suffering

In todays’ part of Black Twitter vs Pearl Thusi: it seems as though the gloves have been off since the beginning of Pearls career but not to this extent. Social media has been up in arms regarding alleged sexual raiders, abusive celebrities and their ability to use their money and fame to sweep scandals under the carpet.

The whole rape saga involving two noticeable DJs, Fresh and Euphonik has been trending since forever, however, their revenges are not making things any better. Despite the fact that multiple women have accused DJ Fresh of the same offense, their cases have gone unproven due to lack of proof.

In the case of Euphonik, proof was provided and he has since been labelled an abuser. His then girlfriend Bonang Matheba’s bruised and damaged face made rounds all over social media and instead of women showing her support, they laughed behind her back.


One woman, who is known to not being B’s biggest supporter did not laugh behind her back, in fact she publicly made fun of her. We are talking about Queen Sono’s very own, Pearl Thusi. A few years ago, during the whole #Nonke saga, Pearl decided to poke fun at Bonang Matheba by referring to here as ‘Hlanyo.’ A term Euphonik described her as after she made the allegations, which mean “crazy woman.”

A tweep who made Mama Panther trend wrote, “Remember when Pearl Thusi and Linda Moeketsi made a video asking Euphonic for Nonke T-shirts, telling him they LOVE him, while mocking Bonang by referring to themselves as “Hlanyos”, because that the Nickname Euphonic gave her after he physically abused her?”

Pearl has since been called out for her lack of support and vocalism when it comes to social issues including gender based violence and homophobia.

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