- Fast-food restaurant Nando's has distanced itself from a fake ad on the topic of Rea Tsotella presenter, Bishop Israel Makamu's latest scandal
- The fake ad plays with the recording that was recently shared of Makamu basically begging a woman for a sexual favour
- Nando's has since said that it was in bad taste and have asked their fans to refrain from making and circulating fake content
Nando's has once again found itself having to distance itself from a fake ad that was probably made by an overly enthusiastic Nando's fan. The ad reads: "Wa bhora, sometimes we share but sometimes it's a no."
The fake ad comes after Moja Love's Rea Tsotella presenter, Bishop Israel Makuma, was outed for sending a woman a recording in which he asks her whether or not she is gonna "give him some", to which she first responds no a number of times and then finally gives in.
Nando's has since said that the advert is not theirs and is in "bad taste". They have also encouraged their many enthusiastic fans not to make parody accounts and fake ads on their behalf.
Locals had this to say:
Briefly News previously reported that NandosSA recently headed to Twitter to distance themselves from an advert that's been making its way around social media which pokes fun at the Bushiris and their decision to flee South Africa.
In the controversial ad that was shared on a fake Nando's account which has since been deleted, it says that the Bushiri is demanding 10 Nando's chickens before he comes back to SA with his wife Mary.
Nando's has however said that it did not make nor send out the ad and they also requested that loyal fans and followers not take part in creating or sharing content that is not originally theirs. They also asked Twitter users to keep in mind that Nando's only has one official account.
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Source: Briefly News