Singer Mmatema Moremi had a nasty experience on Instagram recently.
The former Idols SA finalist posted a live video on her account that showed her sitting in her car while singing worship songs.
One of her 292 000 followers decided to send her a direct message about the video.
“Love your beautiful boobs. Wish they were mine, for me to adore them and caress them,” the man wrote.
A disgusted Mmatema shared a screenshot of the message on her Instagram Story.
“The things that slide into our dms, while we are worshipping,” she captioned the screenshot.
Mmatema is not the only celebrity to get unwanted sexual messages from social media followers
Bonnie Mbuli put a man on blast for sexting her on Facebook.
“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… I am just concerned.
“I’m probably just one of many women he’s inboxing this cr*p to,” she wrote in October 2017.
One month before Bonnie shared her screenshot, Mpho Maboi revealed that men were sending her pictures of their private parts.
“Here’s a word of advice to the men who think I just have to see their privates in DMs… Not only will I block you, but I WILL post your picture on my TL WITH your handle!! Continue!! I don’t know you like that, nor do I wish to… Let’s respect one another!” she tweeted.
Mpho’s comments came just days after actress Buhle Samuels expressed her disgust at having received an email from a man requesting to have sex with her for R25 000
“Just because you have money doesn’t mean sh**t. I definitely don’t want to be bought because I am not for sale! How annoying are pigs like that guy?” she wrote on Instagram.
The things female celebrities have to put up with on social media.