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Natasha Thahane Claps Back At Musa Khawula

Blood and Water star Natasha Thahane, has clapped back at controversial blogger Musa Khawula after claiming that the star ditched her birth name Nokuthula, to appeal better to society.

On Friday, 25 November, Musa came for Natasha on his YouTube channel for not embracing her birth name. “Her actual name is not Natasha, her birth name is Nokuthula. Natasha is a name that she gave herself in the streets to appeal better,” said Musa. Natasha has since fired back at Musa and we are here for her clap back.

Sis took to her Instagram account to share a sexy picture of her rocking a denim outfit and shared Musa’s video where he is making fun of her birth name.

In 2019, Natasha explained what her birth name means. She wrote “My first name is Nokuthula & when life gets hard, I always remember that my name means Peace. Be still. “Peace I leave with you; my peace I give you. I do not give to you as the world gives. Do not let your hearts be troubled and do not be afraid.” What’s your African name & what does it mean? ”

Musa is no stranger to controversy. He recently came under fire after he came for seasoned actress Connie Ferguson on his YouTube channel.

Musa dragged Connie’s acting skills and said he should have given her Kings of Joburg role to talented actors like Zikhona Sodlaka.

“That b*tch needs to cast you. You must replace her in the Kings of Joburg because I know you would wear that role better. Connie sits back and nurse your grandchildren and give people who are talented a chance,” he said.

As if that was not enough, he also alleged that the Multi-Choice staff despises Connie because she is apparently rude and does not greet them when she comes to launch her shows.

Tweeps bashed him for disrespecting Connie.

Others argued that Moshe did not beat him enough during their brawl to keep him quiet.


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