Look's like another celebrity has been a victim of hacking. DJ Tira made a public announcement about the Afrotainment number being hacked on Instagram earlier today.
Looks like DJ Tira is the latest victim of being hacked. But this time it wasn't his social media account but his Afrotainment bookings number that was hacked. Either someone stole his phone and is using the number for fraud or he lost his phone?
The muso quickly took to Instagram earlier today to warn his followers that they should not respond to any messages from that number asking for money or other people's numbers.
DJ Tira wrote: "Afrotainment bookings number has been HACKED!!!! Don’t respond to any messages asking for money or other people numbers. 0728402010. For bookings use email firstname.lastname@example.org."
Just over three weeks ago, Briefly.co.za reported that Babes Wodumo was the latest celeb to fall prey to hackers.
Mzansi celebrities have been getting their accounts hacked lately and it doesn’t look like its ending any time soon.
Over the past few weeks our fave local celebs, including Bonang Matheba, Cassper Nyovest and Mshoza, have had their social media accounts hacked. Babes Wodumo was the most recent victim.
She took to Instagram to tell fans that she has been scarce because someone tried to hack her account. She says that she was unable to log in.
Meanwhile, yesterday Briefly.co.za reported that Mampintsha has been on the receiving end of Mzansi's ire after a video was shared of him getting physical with Babes Wodumo. His friend, DJ Tira, seems unfazed by this as he continues to show support for Mampintsha's music.
Most of South Africa has called for the boycott of Mampintsha's music, but his friend, popular musician DJ Tira, doesn't seem to share that sentiment. Tira continues to show his support of Mampintsha's music - much to the vexation of social media users.
He recently shared a video of himself and two women enjoying Mampintsha's latest song, Khona izingane lay’ndlini.
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