- Lamiez Holworthy took to Twitter to speak out after a horrible incident at North West gig
- The Metro FM presenter shared that she was harassed by an uncontrollable crowd when bodyguards tried to escort her out of the venue
- The stunner, who is Khuli Chana's wife, said some fans pulled her her while others touched her inappropriately
Lamiez Holworthy has opened up about a horrible incident that occurred at a recent gig in Zeerust, North West.
The Metro FM DJ had just performed at an event when she was harassed by a group of rowdy fans. In videos doing the rounds on social media, the fans can be seen touching the Live AMP presenter.
Lamiez, who is married to rapper Khuli Chana, took to Twitter to share her ordeal with her followers. She said the incident took place on Saturday night. The media personality said she had never felt so violated in her 11 years of gigging.
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The stunner said not even eight bodyguards could protect her from the the unruly crowd. She said some of the people were pulling her hair while others touched her behind as security guards tried to escort her out of the venue. The star reiterated that she'll not be treated like an object.
"I love what I do but I hate what it comes with. People forget that you’re human and instead treat you like an object!"
Lamiez said she went to bed with a heavy heart on the day of the incident. The "angry" artist said she cried every time she thought about her horrific experience.
Lamiez Holworthy's fans took to her comment section to comfort her after she posted a series of tweets about her experience. Check out some of their comments below:
"Truly sorry gore you had to go through that."
"Such things happens My DJ....It's one of those days but do accept our apologies for such harassment and bad behavior...Will always support you no matter what...Forgive them and soldier on...Dankie."
"Sorry about what went down. Please be okay and continue to do what you do best, entertaining the masses."
"You have every right to be emotional and angry. Those people invaded you, your personal space and they must be punished…..I hope you heal from this awful experience."
"Sorry my sister... No woman should be treated like that."
"It's not suppose to be this way. Apologies sisi we are a disgrace as men. I pray you heal sisi wethu."
In other entertainment news, Briefly News reported recently that Lamiez Holworthy has become the latest victim of a syndicate that targets motorists on the N4 highway. The Metro FM presenter took to Twitter on Monday, 19 April to share that two of her vehicle's tyres were "messed" when she drove over spike traps on the N4. The media personality shared that she drove to a filling station to change the tyres. She tweeted:
"Two tyres messed because of a spiked object in the fast lane on the N4! Thank God I was able to control the car and also wasn’t too far from a filling station. Please be careful and extra vigilant on the N4!!!"
Anti-crime activist Yusuf Abramjee recently warned motorists about spikes on the N4 highway, north of Pretoria. He took to Twitter and said:
"These gangs are attacking motorists regularly. Once you stop, you are robbed."
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Source: Briefly News