Social media have gone abuzz over the news of the sacking of a popular curvy and controversial radio presenter.
Mutale Mwanza, who is also seen as outspoken concerning issues about women wellbeing in the society was sacked by HOT FM, Zambia by what the management called repeated violations of the station's values and principles.
In the letter which was shared by Mwebantu on its verified Facebook page, also accused her of targeting elderly national leader with her antics, which amounts to cyber bullying.
Mwanza has severally been described as a prostitute by some people on social media and she could not hide her anger when she hit back at them during the Red Hot Breakfast show on HOT FM, calling them rats and cats.
She had also blasted a known political supporter as she questions if she had slept with his father after he called her a hoe.
When the news of her sacking was confirmed by Mwebantu, people took to Facebook to share their thoughts on it. See some of them below.
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