Robert Marawa shares cryptic message about assassination threats

Robert Marawa shares cryptic message about assassination threats

Radio and TV personality, Robert Marawa, shared a cryptic message on Twitter which had social media followers really concerned.

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Since the sports anchor announced that he had been sacked from his job on SuperSport, Robert Marawa has been sending out strange and cryptic messages on Twitter that are really concerning.

On that day when Robert revealed he had been suddenly released of his duties at the sports channel via text, he tweeted that he might die if the truth came out. He also spoke to Phat Joe on Radio 2000 and shared that he was admitted into ICU last year because of a serious health scare that was caused from the stress he had to deal with while working for the channel.

Robert also shared in the interview that he had been threatened before, about a week after the incident, and now he posted a cryptic tweet about an assassination which caused a lot of concern from people who looked up to him.

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Robert's tweet definitely raked in the attention, if that's what he was looking for. His tweet was liked 1.1k times, retweeted 353 times and had 203 comments since it was posted.

Fans were really concerned. Here are some of the responses from his tweet:

Even a concerned follower tweeted that the American rapper, Nipsey Husstle, had tweeted a similar message befiore he was killed. Robert then responded with two words: "I know"

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Last week, reported that as Robert Marawa had fans crying foul at his unexpected dismissal, a new twist in the story has come to light. Mmaphuti Mashamaite, a fellow sportscaster, has revealed that she suffered sexual harassment at the hands of one of her bosses, labelling him a 'sexual predator'.

Mashamaite said she has been forced to relocate to Limpopo as a result of the incident:

"I'm now in Limpopo because I fear for my life. I'm with my lawyer and publicist and they are advising me on how to deal with the issue."

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