John Vuli Gate Girl In Trouble With Social Media Users Again
Arianna Katt one of the Stoko Girls who shot to fame for launching the John Vuli Gate challenge has found herself on the wrong side of Black Twitter. Arianna, real name Tshegofatso Maepa, is being attacked by black Twitter for posting revealing photos of herself on social media.
Arianna and her four friends shot to fame, or infamy as some would like to say, last year when they made a thirty-second Tik Tok video in which they were dancing to the John Vuli Gate song at a petrol station while holding bottles of Russian Bear Vodka.
The girls were catapulted into fame by the video and became known as the John Vuli Gate girls. Arianna and her friends also proudly refer to themselves as the Stoko girls.
However, the Stoko girl’s latest antics have not been received well by social media users. This is after Arianna posted images of herself seemingly showing off her new hairstyle. However, in the photos, Arianna’s panties are prominently displayed, something which attracted strong criticism from social media users.
Stoko with a short cut.🔥#GoodGirls❤❤
Have a Good day Y’all 😊💕 pic.twitter.com/Uf8GnN2vox
— A R I A N N A👩 (@katt_arianna) January 20, 2021
Social media users were not impressed by the Stoko girl’s antics and made their feelings known to her. Below are some of the responses to Arianna’s photos from Black Twitter.
Looking beautiful dear and you have a nice body but please don’t expose your body. You can wear your shorts skirt nor short pants etc as long as you fully covered your BBP.
— Zoey (@ZMmango) January 20, 2021
What would be wrong with the pic if you pullup the trackpan and cover the panty? I’m not fighting I’m just asking. pic.twitter.com/6y2s3oBH8N
— Sbuddha™ (@Sbuddah_) January 20, 2021
You are gorgeousl, but stop calling yourself stoko. Really that’s how you value yourself as stoko.
— EleaYah Yasharel (@Pinky976258641) January 20, 2021
Now wa ilahla panty tsa molaleng 🙄🙄
— Nelly (@Nelly75783743) January 20, 2021
What short cut?? I only see pants lowered MNA…
— NdebeleManWithSomePower (@malstapiwa) January 20, 2021
You reveal too much pic.twitter.com/qJMDH37vhw
— Sir Pateng (@karabo_patie) January 21, 2021
Please my dear sister. Keep it right there. 🙋♀️🙋♀️
Do not pull that track suit down to get gigs or likes. 🙏🏾
Maybe go to Instagram for more revealing pics https://t.co/ESLuY2bsLX
— Lerato Phoka (Dew) (@LeratoDew) January 20, 2021
The Stoko girl’s criticism comes a few days after days after Miss South Africa Shudufhadzo Abigail Musida came under similar attacks on Twitter after people accused her of being more concerned with sharing bikini photos than uplifting people during the Covid-19 pandemic.