The popular sports anchor received an unsolicited picture of a penis via her direct messages (DMs), and she was having none of it.
“Here’s a word of advice to the men who think I just have to see their privates in DMs… Not only will I block you, but I WILL post your picture on my TL WITH your handle!! Continue!! I don’t know you like that, nor do I wish to… Let’s respect one another!” she tweeted.
Mpho gave the perverts one final warning.
“Keep your penis to yourself. Thank you very much…”
Her comments come days after Buhle Samuels revealed that a man sent her an email offering her R25 000 to have sex with him.
“Just because you have money doesn’t mean sh**t. I definitely don’t want to be bought because I am not for sale! How annoying are pigs like that guy?” she wrote on Instagram.
Afternoon Express host Bonnie Mbuli also named and shamed a “sick man” last month who kept sexting her.
The man told her he enjoyed masturbating while looking at her pictures!
“It’s likely he’s a sick man going around hurting women, hence he needs to be shamed,” she tweeted.
Actress Mona Monye has also received a picture of a man’s penis on social media.
Sadly, we doubt this will be the last we hear of such disgusting behaviour.
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