Nadia Nakia opened her Instagram messages recently to find a disgusting image from one of her fans
A man tried to get her attention by sending her a picture of his private parts.
The rapper was less than impressed with the message and decided to put the man on blast.
She took a picture of the message he sent her and posted it on her Instagram Stories.
Nadia spared her followers the horror of having to see the man’s family jewels. She covered the rude image with a nauseated face emoji.
“BRO STOP sending me pictures of your D*ck!!!!” she wrote.
The Naaa Meaan hitmaker might have covered the man’s private bits but made sure that his name was clearly visible for all to see
Nadia is not the only local star to be sent unsolicited pictures from a male fan
Last year, Lerato Kganyago exposed a man who kept stalking her online and who got hold of her cellphone number. She had tried to block him more than seven times, but he kept changing his.
The radio personality said that she eventually had to get the police involved.
“I’m not one to get scared but this has me crying no… I’m terrified because this is really getting out of hand. I have opened a case and I am getting assistance. Ladies please be aware,” she said.
Bonnie Mbuli also had to deal with a “sick” man in 2017 who kept sexting her
“It’s time to name and shame, who is guy bethunana? Fills my inbox with these messages. It’s likely he’s a sick man going around hurting women, hence he needs to be shamed,” she wrote next to a screengrab of the messages he had apparently sent her,” she wrote on Twitter.
The actress added that she was putting the man on blast so that other women can be aware of his behaviour.
“I am just concerned. I’m probably just one of many women he’s inboxing this cr*p to.”