- The wife of one of the main shareholders in VBS Mutual Bank, Robert Madzonga, showed off their luxury life on her social media accounts and it has South Africans talking
- However, the pics has since been removed from her accounts following the attention VBS has been getting
- It let to tweeps slamming Madzonga for allegedly looting millions from VBS to life a high life
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Khosi Madzonga's social media accounts showed off the high life she and her husband, the CEO to the bank's majority shareholder company, Vele Investment, have been living.
However, the pics in which she gushed about all their luxuries has since been removed from her accounts following the controversies that surrounds VBS, The Sowetan reported.
According to Khosi's photos, the couple own two Mercedes-Benz G63 cars, an Audi R8, a Lamborghini and a helicopter, just to name a few.
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However, according to Madzonga, he owned about 20 cars before he joined Vele and his family's luxuries had nothing to do with the R900 million that vanished into thin air.
"I joined Vele owning more than 20 cars. I'm among the first blacks who probably bought Lamborghinis and Ferraris in the 1990s. My role model was Johann Rupert. Johann Rupert has 100 cars worth billions," he said.
However, social media users were not convinced and they shared screenshots of the luxury cars they believe were purchased with VBS money.
A lot of tweeps noticed in some of Khosi's posts she thanks God for their luxuries, which enraged South Africans who believe they looted VBS.
"Why is it that every time people who rob,do heists,Flex with corruption money always goota put 'Look at God' 'God Blessings'. I'm prety much sure God ain't taking joy with him being praised with dirty money like that", a tweep commented.
As Briefly.co.za reported previously, VBS Mutual bank can’t account for roughly R900 million out of a total deposit book value of R2.9 billion.
According to reports, a large part of this money went to funding the luxurious lifestyles of Vhavenda King Toni Mphephu Ramabulana and other executive.
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Source: Briefly News