- Mzansi model Blue Mbombo took to social media to talk about how unsafe it is to live in South Africa with its high crime rate
- Blue told her followers about what he experienced when she shared CCTV footage of her friend almost getting hijacked
- Mzansi social media users took to the comments section to speak about how unsafe they feel living in the country
Living in South Africa is very dangerous as the crime rates are really high. Social media influencer and model Blue Mbombo recently tweeted about an experience that her friend had and spoke about how unsafe it is to live in Mzansi.
"Just watched CCTV footage where my friend almost got hijacked. I’m shaking. South Africa is not safe bathong!" she said.
Blue was extremely shaken up by the situation and decided to take to social media to share. Mzansi social media users were soon in the comments section, talking about their own experiences with hijacking in the country.
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It's a sad experience to be so traumatised and have to be extra careful when driving. Mzansi sympathised with Blue and people also want the problem of hijacking to stop in Mzansi.
Check out the different reactions from social media to Blue's post below:
"As ladies we are not safe. I was terrified of what nearly happened to me at the underground parking lot bra. These people they don't only here for your as ladies we must be careful."
"Sorry to your friend for the traumatic experience."
"You guys must sign up for tactical defence shooting classes and blast these MFs to infinity and beyond."
Other Mzansi celebrities share their experiences with hijacking in the country
Briefly News previously reported that Gigi Lamayne and her crew got hijacked and details were shared on social media. Gigi Lamayne got hijacked and took to social media to share her story. Thankfully she is unharmed, but sis was shaken to the core.
Taking to social media with the details, Gigi asked fans to keep a lookout for the stolen vehicle. Gigi was with her team when the incident happened.
“My team and I have just been hijacked. H1 JG 75 TF GP Hyundai 2019. Please keep a lookout. That’s why I have my phone. I just got out and I ran with my phone. I know it wasn’t the safest thing to do.”
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