- Nazley Bobbs appeared in a video taken around 2013
- In it, she confessed to being a Rude Girl gang member
- However, she now says she's "not that person anymore"
A gogo who appears in a viral video claiming to be a Rude Girl gang member says she no longer lives that life.
In the video, Nazley Bobbs openly confessed to being a gang member alongside three other women in Mitchells Plain, Briefly.co.za learned.
Although the video was reportedly taken in 2013, it surfaced on social media recently and went viral.
Commenters found her confession even more startling because her granddaughter, Kauthar Bobbs, went missing in October 2012.
In addition, Nazley's son, Yaseen, passed away in gang-related violence in 2014. Nazley said she was a "rude girl" because Yaseen was also a Rude Boy gangster.
In an interview with Daily Voice, Nazley said the video was part of a documentary:
A man who worked at the police asked us to do it. The people who filmed were Chinese and a white man.
I am not that person anymore. This is another thing to degrade a person. I changed my life after my son died.
In an encouraging trend, Cape Town is seeing more and more reformed ex-gangsters.
Briefly.co.za recently covered the inspiring story of Welcome Witbooi, a former 28s general who is now a movie star.
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