- Jacob Zuma exposed a fake account on social media on Thursday morning
- uBaba pointed out another Twitter account was made, claiming to be him
- South Africans called on the social media Hawks to investigate which account is real
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Jacob Zuma has exposed an imposter online. Taking to his Twitter account, uBaba shared a statement about @PresJacobGZuma - which he dubbed a fake account.
In the statement, the Jacob G. Zuma Foundation said:
"The Jacob Zuma Foundation has been alerted to a pseudo account which has been posting controversial tweets. The foundation would like to alert the public and denounce anything that has been posted by this fake account '@PresJacobGZuma'."
Take a look at the post below:
South Africans did not really take the message seriously and some had hilarious reactions, calling on the "Twitter Hawks" to investigate.
Social media user, @ChimCham7, commented:
"What if the other account issues a statement saying you are also impersonating them?"
Twitter user, @MbongiThe, said:
"It's look like Twitter hawks did work and Twitter hawks must investigate this fake account who is behind it so we can confirm who....and take him or her to Twitter court..."
Another tweep, @noxs010, added:
"When that account said Kaiser chiefs would win the league, I knew something was off."
In other news, Briefly.co.za earlier reported AKA is not interested in what people have to say about him and DJ Zinhle no longer being together, especially when it is in an attempt to dull Zinhle’s victory sparkle. Supa Mega is tired of the drama. Zinhle announced some big news on Tuesday and some felt the need to turn it into a negative on AKA’s part.
Social media was buzzing with comments stating that AKA mad a bad move when he gave up on Zinhle, again. Natasha Thahane fans uncover social media crush's famous father Seeing the comments, AKA felt the need to address the matter on social media.
Taking the high road, AKA expressed his disgust in the people that were trying to turn Zinhle’s big win into something negative.
“It’s weird how you can try to troll the pioneer of this entire industry while trying to discredit her success by involving me. Leave it alone man.”
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