- Mzansi celeb, Sbahle Mpisane, took to social media to ask her fans for help
- The fitness fanatic said her Twitter account was hacked last year and she wants to retrieve it
- However the hacker, who is believed to be a woman, threatened to never release Sbahle's social media account
Mzansi’s fitness bunnie, Sbahle Mpisane is appealing for help from her fans to retrieve her Twitter account from hackers.
Sbahle took to her Instagram stories (which unfortunately have been deleted) to say she missed her Twitter account after a hacker stole it last year.
The fitness fanatic said numerous attempts to get her account back were futile because the hacker promised that Sbahle would never get her account back.
“I miss my Twitter account. It was hacked last year. The person who hacked it contacted me and told me that I won’t get it back from her.”
According to TshisaLIVE, Sbahle said she tried to reach out to the hacker but she threatened to post Sbahle’s private information.
“Because you robbed the Instagram account from me and you didn’t ask nicely. I’ll post [blurred out information] and you’ll have the taste of the good life. Famous people think they are smart. Mess with me, you’ll see for yourself. You won’t get your Twitter account today, I’m changing its username.”
Sbahle said recovering from her horrific accident in August last year became her main priority.
“I’ve dealt with a lot but my recovery is my focus.”
In August, Briefly.co.za learnt that Sbahle shared how suffering from amnesia after her accident almost made her forget that she’s an intelligent woman, and made her question whether she could rise above her injuries.
“My traumatic injuries to both my feet made me question if I could steer myself in any direction I choose. Nonetheless, a few understood and pushed me to additionally reclaim myself and relook at my directions.”
Meanwhile, about three weeks ago, Briefly.co.za reported that Sbahle Mpisane thinks it’s hilarious that people think she is romantically interested in her personal trainer, Zain Ramsden.
There ain’t no time for men when you’re busy building an empire. After surviving a horrific and almost fatal car accident, Sbahle has gained a new perspective on life, and best believe she is living it to her fullest.
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