Social Media War: Misred, Bev Sibanda Exchanged Some Fierce Blows On Social Media

Social Media War: Misred, Bev Sibanda Exchanged Some Fierce Blows On Social Media

There has been a war on social media between the Media personality Misred and famed dancer Beverly “Bev” Sibanda. The two exchanged some Fierce blows on social media on Monday.

According to iHarare, both women are not strangers to controversy. The whole drama started when comedian and actor Ray Vines tweeted a seemingly harmless tweet expressing his love for the arts and computer sciences.

Ray Vines revealed his real name in a tweet – Chiripowako Melusi. Misred then used it as an opportunity to express her surprise at this newly discovered fact, and in the process dropped a bomb on Bev’s name to emphasize her point.

Ah….. saka Ray isn’t your actual actual name Astonished face!!! It’s like the day I found out Bev Sibanda isn’t her real name…. I’m shook, tweeted Misred

This did not go down well with Bev who responded almost instantly by posting on Instagram a picture of her National Identity card proving that her real name is Beverly Sibanda and knowing Bev the picture of the National ID was accompanied by typical Bev insults.

Bev’s ID (Photo Credit iHarare)

Misred, zvikumbo zvinenge chimwana chenzou, (Mired you have legs that look like those of a baby elephant) responded Bev.

 Bev could not hold arms, she took the issue even further and made a live video post in which she went on a foul-mouthed tirade attacking Misred. She made a series of sensational allegations against the media personality, called her many unprintable words and even threatened to physically assault her.

Misred humbled herself and apologized to Bev for her remarks after seeing that the battle was taking a new shape in which she was not winning. Misred claimed she had no ill-intent behind them.

She wrote,

…my aplogies if she is offended. But she has corrected me so I now know better.

Despite the apology, Bev was still out for blood and continued taking potshots at Misred in a series of posts that come after she saw Misred’s apology.

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