While Sbahle Mpisane was fighting for her life after the horrific car accident she was involved in, an unknown woman stole her weave right off her head. The woman witnessed the accident and instead of helping the injured Sbahle, she snatched off her hairpiece and ran off.
Popular fitness bunnie Sbahle Mpisane has been in the news a lot lately as concerned South Africans are kept updated on her health while she recovers from the accident she had in Durban.
Now it has come to light that an unknown woman has stolen her weave rather than trying to help her as she lay unconscious and fighting for her life.
This is what Brian Dube told the media, according to a report by IOL News.
Brian heard the crash and saved Sbahle's life. He saw the car in flames and grabbed a fire extinguisher and ran to her rescue, as reported on earlier by Briefly.co.za.
Brian didn't realise who the woman was that he had saved. He remembers that before he reached the crash site, a woman ran to the scene, grabbed the weave off the injured person's head and took off.
Brian, who is also a fitness instructor, did not recognise Sbahle without her weave because he only ever saw her with it on. He said he was in disbelieve that the woman stole the weave and didn't offer help.
Two days ago, Briefly.co.za reported that the fitness guru’s family will be holding a fitness and prayer session in her honour. She has opened her eyes and is breathing on her own.
South Africans are eagerly awaiting good news from her family.
For now, her father says she will be remaining in the ICU.
She has no idea she is in hospital. She has been in for surgery which was successful and we are hoping for better recovery in due time as she is critically injured.
The workout and prayer session is planned for 19 August:
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