DJ Warras, before he was called for his #DJWarrasMustFall!don’t agree with the child grant payment, before Covid. That whole payment for children is just a shit plan. people should not be incentivized to have children they can’t afford. So ??♀️,” said
The newly sworn-in President of Black Twitter South Africa, uMalambane boldly told DJ Warras that “Uyanya”, which means he was blowing air.
uMalambane’s time in office has been brewing, including small traps he made against Advovo we EFF. He was just featured on Ukhozi FM saying that Black Twitter helps a lot of people – jokes aside.
However, DJ Warras real name Warrick Stock who has since deleted the tweet came back with an informative thread to explain the actual meaning behind his tweet that left Ghosts (Twitter Account) like uMalambane (a typically silly, bitter, truthful at first sight, vulnerable like Advovo, hungry individual) furious.
“My tweet wasn’t meant to offend but to add my voice to a critical discussion. Which is my right. The cost of living is high, families are all under pressure, we are all hoping for better social outcomes from the social plans we implement and pay for.
“I appreciate that I could’ve articulated my point better as much as I appreciate that to voice one’s opinion as a citizen and taxpayer, is to also risk offense. I do not agree that this disqualifies me from having an opinion,” explained DJ Warras.
Warras said that no one should allow Twitter to dictate their lives.
“I hope that we can continue to engage each other in debate, without subjecting each other to a fallism culture that essentially stifles debate. It doesn’t work anyway. I won’t fall. I will be fine. Twitter doesn’t dictate my life and shouldn’t dictate yours.
“Another thing. Ang’sabi muntu Mina. Not in real life and definitely not on Twitter. As “ … “ said – I won’t be silenced by nameless faceless people who hide behind the anonymity of Twitter and say things they wouldn’t dream of saying to ur face. They can GO TO HELL!,” Warras referring to uMalambane and many more.
“These are people who don’t contribute to the debate. They don’t raise objective points to bolster their argument. They swear u they insult u and they just try and bully a person into keeping quiet as though your opinions are not valid because u must qualify to have one. No.
“I continued to have a debate with many tweeps well into the night, and I thank those who spoke sense and not nonsense in a way that was conducive to us having the conversation. Maybe one day we will come up with sustainable solutions and will present it to parliament.
“I have spent some time this morning reading 8000 plus tweets around the topic and will engage some of the people who spoke to the points I was making – not the ones who invented their own versions of what I said or what I meant. And from what I saw – the conversation was had,” said Warras in appreciation of the debate.