DJ Lamiez Holworthy is one of the country's top female DJs and she continues to win the hearts of many people with her deejaying career, charisma, fashion and relationship goals with her Kuli Chana.
The TV presenter does not shy away to even clap back at trolls when they spew hatred at her. Frequently, fans complain that celebrities are rude when asked to take pictures with them. There is no denying that being a celebrity takes a lot of work. You have to take photos with fans and create time to interact with them, but DJ Lamiez has taken to Instagram stories to lash out at disrespectful fans.
People should approach her with respect when they want a photograph with her. She went on to say that they should not just shove their cellphones in her face since she is not a statue. "At least have the decency to GREET, and then ASK. Don't just shove your phone in my face like I am a statue in the zoo. " he lashes out at rude fans.
Lamiez is not the first celeb to encounter this. The Queen actress Jessica Nkosi also took to her Instagram account to call her fans to order. “Kodwa ke let’s respect one another… To come to me and just order me to take a picture with you. No greeting, no asking. Cha phela let’s respect one another please. Thank You!," she said.
“I will call you to order and let you know that, that was rude. DON’T BE RUDE. I can’t stand rudeness.” she added. While Jessica rarely takes pictures with fans, she will do so, but she wants to be respected. "And yazi i literally hardly ever say no to pictures, like i will take a pic with you but again… respect please. I am also a person that deserves respect.”
We absolutely love how DJ Lamiez stands up for herself when trolls try to bring her down. She is not one to shy away from retaliating when she receives body-shaming remarks from trolls.
This is after a catfish account recently said she is a man trapped in a female body after she posted a picture of herself wearing brown shorts, a white shirt, a black blazer, and black shoes.
In response, she lashed out at her fans and said she was at ease in her own skin. "I have women of all shapes and sizes who follow me for this very reason! I have little girls who look up to me because of how comfortable I am in my own skin! Daily I am subjected to the constant body shaming and bullying and told to be the bigger person. Well today Le nyile ge!
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