Top 10 tea spillers, shade throw­ers and truth preach­ers on Black Twit­ter

Marie Claire (South Africa) - - LOCAL REPORT -


@MsLeloB AKA The Face of Gos­sip Site @JustCu­ri­ousZA

will be sure to let you know your busi­ness be­fore you know your busi­ness.

@ImKh­weziN AKA Mr Sun­day World and Sun­day Sun will trawl through the ugly parts of the news­pa­per to let you know what celebs and wannabe celebs are up to.

@Cleo04­pa­tra AKA You Must See Her Fa­vorites – her Favourites read like an ar­chive of shame as she metic­u­lously cu­rates the good and bad bits of Twit­ter.


@GugsM AKA The Meme Queen will let you know how she feels about some­thing with a just a pho­to­graph. Her cell­phone must have ex­tra mem­ory for the li­brary of memes she possesses.

@Mve­laseP AKA The Quiet As­sas­sin will drop in and out of your time­line with the most sub­tle shade – it might take you a mo­ment to re­alise their nu­ances.

@Mpum_Mpum AKA Ms Tell It Like It Is has no fil­ter and has no prob­lem call­ing out non­sense when she sees it.

@Ole­bo­gengKG AKA The Know-It-All Law Stu­dent had to cre­ate a sec­ond Twit­ter ac­count be­cause @Bad­vo­cateK was just too un­govern­able, but al­ways gen­uine.


@No­vaHer­self AKA Tweeted Word, a tal­ented writer and poet who just gets it and isn’t afraid to school those in need of some ed­u­ca­tion.

@khany­isile AKA Silent Retweeter brings some of the spici­est things into your news­feed via retweets but also shares great, quirky ar­ti­cles that will make you think.

@nok­san­goma AKA Gogo – she’s young and wise and very clued up on so­cial is­sues. Tack­les them with sen­si­tiv­ity, hu­mour and knowl­edge.

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