"Celebrity" Fakes Racism for Attention

It has become the norm in South Africa to run to social media when something "serious" happens. There have been many cases, of some serious incidents, that land up on Twitter and Facebook before a case is opened at the police station. 

In many of these cases, the individual behind the outrage does it purely for attention. Likes and Followers are far more important than telling the truth of course. A perfect example of this is a local DJ and "Celeb", Junior de Rocka, that claimed to have been a victim of racism. 

Unfortunately, or should we say, fortunately, he recorded the incident. However what is said in his tweet does not correspond with the video he uploaded. Many people online have called him out for creating fake outrage and posting the tweet for attention. My video below talks about this incident.

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