Strictly’s Motsi deletes Twitter as trolls accuse her of being drunk on air

Strictly Come Dancing's Motsi Mabuse has deleted her Twitter account after trolls accused her of being drunk on air.

The professional dancer marked her return to the panel last week after being forced to self-isolate for two weeks following an urgent trip to Germany.

Saturday night's show saw Motsi, 39, appear in her element as she took her seat, however, she ended up facing issues with her scoring paddle while she delivered her verdict to Maisie Smith.

Motsi later hit back after viewers took to social media, suggesting she was drunk.

One viewer penned that Motsi had "been slurring her words and dropping paddles," during the live episode.

After discovering the tweet, Motsi hit back adding: "It got stuck."

While a second added: "Is Motsi drunk? Jamie and Karen were SO much better! #Strictly."

"Motsi is drunk #Strictly," said a third.

However, she later tweeted that she would be closing her account before urging people to promote: "#strictlykindness".

Motsi tweeted: "I've decided to leave Twitter!! It's been fun but I truly think with Instagram, Facebook and TikTok… It's enough social media.

"Please keep up my #strictlykindess hashtag!! You know where to find me."

However, after it seemed as though Motsi may return to her account in the future, she has since deleted her account.

The judge was left heartbroken in November when somebody had tried to break into her dance school in Germany, resulting in her making an emergency visit to Germany in order to speak to the police.

While sharing photos of a broken glass door, she penned: "Unfortunately we have no good news. Someone tried to break into our school @motsimabuse_taunustanzschule.

"We are working with the police to solve this crime. We know we have been targeted on purpose and we will improve security in our school that this will not happen again."

Daily Star has approached Motsi Mabuse's representatives.

Strictly Come Dancing returns to BBC One on Saturday

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