- DJ Tira has warned his fans of a scammer who is pretending to be him on WhatsApp
- Tira shared a screenshot of a conversation that the imposter had with a model he was trying to "book" for a video shoot
- Tira's warning comes just a few days after Mzansi protesters accused foreign nationals of being behind human trafficking cases
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DJ Tira has taken to social media to warn Mzansi about a scammer who is pretending to be him. The imposter is using an unknown WhatsApp number to "book" women for upcoming video shoots. The scammer also promises women huge amounts of money for the shoots.
According to one of the screenshots shared by Makoya Bearings, the imposter, who has Tira's snap as his profile pic, promised one lady R4 000 per scene. He said they'll do three scenes which will add up to R12 000.
The caring Thank You Mr DJ hitmaker took to Twitter and captioned his post:
"This is not my number."
Most tweeps have shared that the imposter might be a human trafficker. The human trafficking topic has been trending on the micro-blogging app for almost all this week. Check out some of the comments from concerned tweeps following Tira's post:
"Also got a text from whoever he is but didn’t really entertain him."
"People find this funny, its actually a serious matter. What happens to these young ladies who do attend this 'video shoot'?"
"Very serious, young girls will meet up with these bloody creeps and be trafficked. But yet people think this is funny, what a wow."
"Potential human traffickers, and it's not funny."
"All I see is human trafficking, where does he lure these models to?"
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that a group of South African protesters marched against foreign nationals in Mzansi on Wednesday, 23 September.
The group, calling themselves Only One South Africa, accused foreign nationals of being guilty of crimes such as human trafficking. The protesters expressed that they want Nigerians and Zimbabweans out of the country.
They also blamed foreign nationals of ruining communities in South Africa with drugs. They are demanding that South Africans must be prioritised on home soil. The hashtag #HumanTraffickingAwareness has been trending on Mzansi's Twitter.
Tweeps have taken to the micro-blogging app to accuse foreigners of being behind the increasing number of human trafficking cases in Mzansi.
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