Lerato Modise Opens Up About Controversial Role as “Tlof Tlof” Seller During Big Brother Mzansi Auditions

During the recent auditions for Big Brother Mzansi, acclaimed actress Lerato Modise shocked fans by revealing her willingness to take on the role of a “Tlof Tlof” seller, emphasizing her intention to use Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) as a preventive measure against HIV and AIDS.

In a candid statement during the auditions, Modise expressed her dedication to her craft, stating, “When I go to work, I need more money, which means that I will not use protection. So, I will do it without. I will take PrEP and take money.”

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Her remarks ignited a mix of reactions from fans and critics alike.

While some fans praised Modise for her commitment to authenticity in portraying challenging roles, others expressed concern over the message her statements might send regarding safe sex practices and the stigmatization of HIV/AIDS.

“It is what it is,” commented one fan, reflecting a sentiment of acceptance towards Modise’s bold approach to her craft.

Another fan, Mhope, rallied support for Modise, stating, “One thing about my girl Lerato Modise is that she will embody and kill any role given to her effortlessly!” This sentiment was echoed by Cindy, who hyped Modise as “the best actress.”

However, not all reactions were supportive. Some critics raised questions about the potential impact of Modise’s portrayal on societal perceptions of s*x work and HIV/AIDS prevention.

Despite the controversy, Modise’s talent and versatility as an actress were widely acknowledged, with fans reminiscing about her past performances.

“Lerato Modise as Mamlambo! Oh, she embodied the snake role perfectly sana and as usual, she killed the role effortlessly! Bathong kere give my girl her Oscar award pilizz!!” exclaimed one enthusiastic supporter.

As discussions surrounding Modise’s audition continue to unfold on social media, it remains to be seen how her portrayal of such a challenging role, coupled with her remarks on HIV/AIDS prevention, will be received by audiences in the context of the broader societal discourse.

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