Tweeps Drag Sjava Into The Comment Section Of Lady Zamar’s Fire Pictures

Tweeps have begun refuelling the drama between Lady Zamar and her ex-boyfriend and alleged rapist, Sjava, after she posted images of herself on social media on Monday, 14 September 2020. 

The images showed her showing off her toned legs and posing in a fire outfit, captioned with, “What’s popping?”.

With no reference to her ex, her followers began making it their business to include Sjava in the comment section, causing him to start trending on Twitter for a large portion of the day. Followers inappropriately suggested that Sjava could not contain himself due to his undeniable attraction to Lady Zamar
Tweeps Drag Sjava Into The Comment Section Of Lady Zamar’s Fire Pictures

One follower responded with, “All I see right now is what got Sjava in the mess that's what is popping.” The songstress has yet to comment on the narrative that has been created by the pictures, which have garnered over 13 000 likes and 700 tweets in just a few short hours.

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A recent development in the Sjava vs Lady Zamar war saw Sjava breaking his silence in an Instagram video, which saw him sharing his side of the story. Within hours Lady Zamar announced that she would be Live on Instagram with her own version of events, not before she threw shade at Sjava.
The Collide singer, took to Instagram Live and detailed her experience with Sjava and her rape ordeal, with her then-boyfriend. A clearly emotional Lady Zamar, tried her best to paint a picture of her experience leaving fans heartbroken in the comment section.

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Despite the ordeal being left to the courts to decide on the outcome, Tweeps have not shied away from sharing their thoughts and feelings and picking sides between both musicians.

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