Mai Titi Hits Back After Being FIRED Via Social Media For Unprofessionalism!

Controversial social media personality and comedienne Mai Titi has hit back hard after she was fired via social media for alleged unprofessionalism.


United Kingdom-based Burundi’s Billy Jeremiah Brown (BJB) Films dropped a bombshell on Tuesday morning when they announced that they had fired Mai Titi.

The comedian, real name Felistus Edwards, had been working on BJB’s feature film, “A Life To Regret” co-starring alongside Congolese Rumba musician, Awilo Longomba.

BJB Films posted on social media,

“It’s sad to announce that we had to terminate Mai Tt’s role and replaced her with ANGEL MARY KATO due to lack of professionalism on set and whilst living and working with other celebrities as well as the crew.
Mai Titi Hits Back After Being FIRED Via Social Media For Unprofessionalism!
Mai Titi Hits Back After Being FIRED Via Social Media For Unprofessionalism!

We love Zimbabweans that’s why we picked someone from Zim but unfortunately we could not continue with her.”

This did not go down well with the firebrand media personality who responded by making her own allegations against BJB Films. She accused the studio of not paying her and of wanting to take advantage of her. She unapologetically said that she would go where she is valued and where she is paid because she needs to take care of her own family.

The outspoken actress wrote on her social media page,

We go where we get paid where we are not used and taken advantage of because at the end of the day we got kids to take care of. We are Artists we deserve better. Where we are used we shift.

Fam link up with me on the 29th of May alongside Casper Nyovest.

Good morning Zimbabwe We Move.

Curiously though, both Mai Titi and BJB Films later deleted the posts from their respective social media pages.


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