Lerato Kganyago fires back at blogger Musa Khawula – ‘I’m going to deal with you bit by bit’

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Lerato Kganyago has pushed back against Musa Khawula, who called her Bonang Lite on Twitter.
Lerato Kganyago has pushed back against Musa Khawula, who called her Bonang Lite on Twitter.
Oupa Bopape

Minnie Dlamini, Ayanda Thabethe and Mihlali Ndamase – they have all been targeted by the  blogger Musa Khawula, popularly known on Twitter for his controversial posts about the private lives of celebs.

His latest target, media personality Lerato Kganyago, didn't take it lying down when he started tweeting about her.

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Musa has been calling Lerato 'Bonang lite' and accusing her of going after the renowned media personality's jobs. 

Lerato hit back by saying she's been bullied by the blogger for many years.

"Criticize but don’t disrespect me, @MusaKhawula many years ago I let you slide with your bullying and you KNOW who had sent you. You’ve got criminal charges from 2013, of Drug Trafficking, robbery, you’ve BEEN convicted (Just to name a few) to deal with," she responded. 

The two seemingly have a history that dates back to 2013.

In response to Lerato's claims, Musa alleged the radio presenter had her brother threaten to harm him at work.

While the media personality rubbished those claims, calling Musa a liar. 

She proceeded to post documents regarding Musa's felony charges. 

Lerato has vowed to deal with the blogger bit by bit. 

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Blogger Musa Khawula has ruffled many feathers and has threatened the privacy of many public figures who have to constantly defend themselves on social media. 

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