No more drama for Pearl Thusi

03 May 2016 - 14:38 By Karishma Thakurdin

Hot-on-the-heels of a weekend filled with spicy Twitter wars Pearl Thusi has revealed that she will be biting her tongue on social media to avoid any sort of drama in the future.The TV and radio star took to Twitter on Monday evening to reveal that she will no longer be tweeting her true feelings on the social media platform. I've taken the decision to never tweet again about my true feelings about anything. Ppl can't handle the truth. Work only.    it was fun tho.— PEARL THUSI (@PearlThusi) May 2, 2016async I also love everyone now @DJZinhle ❤️❤️❤️   — PEARL THUSI (@PearlThusi) May 2, 2016async And I'll be muting y'all. Happy trashing me. I won't see but enjoy.  — PEARL THUSI (@PearlThusi) May 2, 2016async Pearl then went on to tweet a string of motivational messages about taking control and forgiveness.Pearl’s decision followed a weekend of hogging headlines after she and AKA got into a public spat.It all started when AKA showed off his fancy new BMW X6m which retails from R1.4 million.Shots fired! Everything on the AKA‚ Pearl Thusi‚ Bonang Matheba‚ DJ Zinhle & Euphonik shadeMinutes later Pearl had this to say: “So cars are part of pissing contests now. How exciting.”AKA did not take this comment lying down and retaliated. “Shut up wena we dealt with you eons ago.”From that Jackie Chan meme to name calling‚ Pearl and AKA went head-to-head‚ which saw both personalities trend for hours on the social media platform.The tweets were later deleted with both AKA and Pearl apologizing to fans.While a social media frenzy erupted Zinhle remained composed. My wish for you is to be as happy and content as I am right now. At peace with myself, appreciating my wisdom, family & friends.— djzinhle.com (@DJZinhle) May 2, 2016async Life is so good. Believe it, I hope that you are happy wherever you are right now...— djzinhle.com (@DJZinhle) May 2, 2016async Meanwhile‚ Bonang and AKA had a blast at AKA’s Super Mega show seemingly unfazed by all the drama.   

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