Mac G serves blogger letter of demand to apologize for calling him “transphobic”
Podcaster Mac G has put a blogger whose Twitter account is @khawula_musa where he belongs after he called him “transphobic.”
Mac G has served the blogger a letter of demand to apologize to him.
This is coming after the blogger recently tweeted about Channel O putting a halt on airing Mac G’s podcast and labeled the podcaster “transphobic.”
“Channel O announced transphobic Mac G’s podcast and Chill with celebrity edition is going on a production break until further notice,” he tweeted.
Mac G was not pleased with the statement as he instructed his lawyers to serve Khawula with a letter of demand.
In a document Khawula shared on his Twitter account, the podcaster wants him to apologize for his libelous tweet.
“Our instructions are that this statement/tweet particular labeling our client “transphobic” is false and malicious. It further deemed to be defamatory in nature as it: clearly identifies our client was made on a public platform, is untrue and false.
In addition thereto, the statement has caused substantial damage not only to our Client’s good name, character, reputation of our client’s business, but also substantial patrimonial loss which amounts are still to be quantified.” states Mokwana Inc Attorney states.
They further state that the tweet reached Khawula’s 14 600 followers and people now view Mac G as “homophobic.”
Mac G has also instructed Khawula to “publish a full retraction and correction of your defamatory statement and a written public apology.
To remove his statement and undertake in writing not to publish false statements regarding their client.
Khawula is however not backing down without a fight.
He has tweeted that he will not be apologizing for what he published.
“Firstly, you aren’t getting no apology from me and if you memory is short see next tweet to get a good reminder of yall’s transphobic statement,” he tweeted.
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