Ex-Hawk head on witch hunt against tweep @AdvBarryRoux

Ex-Hawk head on witch hunt against tweep @AdvBarryRoux

- General Shadrack Sibiya vows to find and bring down the Twitter user @AdvBarryRoux

- The Twitter account has been posting serious allegations of corruption against the former head of the Hawks

- Sibiya claims to already know the person behind the account and will soon expose him or her

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The former head of South Africa's special investigators the Hawks, General Shadrack Sibiya, has made a promise to find the person behind the Twitter account Man's Not Barry Roux (@AdvBarryRoux).

The general is seriously upset with the mysterious social media user and wants to expose the user as soon as possible.

Furthermore, Sibiya will lay charges of defamation against @AdvBarryRoux once he is exposed.

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Sibiya claims to already know the identity of the person behind numerous tweets against him.

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The parody Twitter account not only upsets the ex-Hawk, but regularly causes mild hysteria on social media with various allegations against Sibiya.

According to @AdvBarryRoux, Sibiya has been given R1 million by Sello Twala, the music producer, to protect his son Longwe.

Supposedly, Longwe murdered Senzo Meyiwa, former captain of South Africa's national football team.

An IOL report states that General Sibiya denied these allegations, as did the music producer.

Recently, @AdvBarryRoux accused Sibiya of again receiving R1 million - this time from anonymous robbers in Johannesburg.

This is not the first time @AdvBarryRoux said that Sibiya received huge amounts of money from criminals.

Not too long ago @AdvBarryRoux tweeted that in 2016 Sibiya received more than a million from criminals in Cape Town.

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Briefly.co.za learned that Sibiya admitted that @AdvBarryRoux's information must be coming from the police.

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The information shared by @AdvBarryRoux is real and comes from actual information, according to Sibiya.

But Sibiya insists that the information get twisted.

Sibiya did not want to reveal too much, but stated that he knew @AdvBarryRoux was at the recent SAMAs using an Andriod phone.

He also revealed that @AdvBarryRoux tweets from Pretoria most of the time but sometimes from Cape Town.

According to @AdvBarryRoux this is common knowledge and proves that Sibiya doesn't really know anything.

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Sibiya stated that he is using @AdvBarryRoux's tweets against him. Apparently, every tweet gives him more information.

It must be admitted that @AdvBarryRoux is at the very least 'cheeky' and continues to poke a stick at the former Hawk head.

South Africans look forward to seeing what the mysterious tweep has to reveal next. They're hoping he or she will be causing more upsets on social media for years to come.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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