#BlackTwitter roasts Tbo Touch for his homeless man comments

Media personality and business man Tbo Touch came under fire on Twitter this week after tweeting that the difference between him and a man begging on the streets is their mental disposition.

His tweet was instantly criticized, particularly from #BlackTwitter, who pointed out that the tweet was ill informed and insensitive.

Following this Xolani Gwala asked listeners to come up with words or phrases that describe being attacked by #BlackTwitter.

Listen to the options below:


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