Nompilo Maphumulo slams open letter to President Ramaphosa as fake

Nompilo Maphumulo slams open letter to President Ramaphosa as fake

- Nompilo Maphumulo has come out guns blazing to dispute that an open letter to President Cyril Ramaphosa was written by her

- The Uzalo actress posted a message slamming the origins of the letter on her Instagram page

- The star said she's looking at options to bring those responsible to book

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Nompilo Maphumulo is dismayed at unnamed culprits trying to use her name for retweets and likes.

The Uzalo actress slammed an open letter, from her to President Cyril Ramaphosa, as fake.

The star re-posted a message from the official Uzalo page, dismissing the letter as a hoax.

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She wrote, "SCAM ALERT! Please note this is a completely false article. (I have) no affiliation with this article and the content expressed. The use of (my) image and character name is in complete violation of (me). Uzalo has a zero tolerance policy and is working with (me) to ensure this matter is death with accordingly."

Nompilo's fans quickly jumped to her defence and assured her that those responsible would pay, one or another.

malevels_sa said, "Ncese sisi (Sorry sister) , they might have been trying to pull a joke and unfortunately the joke will be on them when the law takes its course. Uberyt (You'll be alright) sis, let this not affect you in any way. You're amazing and you've grown incredibly and you're still doing amazing, going all the way up."
eyeofthe_tiger1 thanked Nompilo for setting the record straight with, "Labantu (These people) are so bored! This is disgusting. Sorry sisi. Thanks for letting us know the truth."

Last night, Briefly.co.za reported that President Ramaphosa has made funds available for citizen and business relief as lockdown continues.

He said all unemployed citizens were entitled to a six-month R350 grant.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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