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Kuli Roberts might be exceptional at dishing the tea and the shade for days, but recently she has proven that she can take it just as well.
Kuli Roberts has responded to concerns that her weight loss with some people claiming that she looked dangerously skinny. Tweeps had circulated pics of the media veteran suggesting that her weight loss is unhealthy. Roberts responded to her critics telling them to look at her Instagram page to see that she is healthy and the only difference in her recent pics are the filters she has been using.
The suggestion was laughable considering that all it takes to dispel that suggestion is visiting her post realize that as always the former SABC3's "Trending SA" anchor looks the same. Roberts has always been a petite woman, the only difference is that off late she has been exploring her filters and clearly her affinity with the dark and sadistic does not end with the things she says.
However, the writer could not be at the forefront of entertainment news and not discuss the matter once it went viral. Roberts conducted an interview with Drum Online and discussed why she was unbothered about the criticism. In part she was quote as having said:
“It's quite funny though, that people who are talking about me being skinny are the same people who are wearing cycling shorts under their clothes because they are not comfortable about the way the look, Truth is, everybody want to be thin.
The statement comes of the back of Roberts first having stated that she is not fazed because this is not the first time she has experienced bullying by the public. Granted that sometimes it was not bullying but backlash for some of the insensitive and sometimes just inflammatory statements and writings that she has done in the past. However, speaking about experiencing bullying earlier on, "The Queen" actress had first said:
“Back in the 90s people used to tease me back I am dark-skinned. Some said I was so dark ingathi ndisuzwele yi donkey ebusweni (as if a donkey farted in my face). Then people said came from a well-off family why didn’t I bleach my skin and look like Mshoza and I said no. Now they talk about my weight, I don't care.
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