- DJ Maphorisa and Kabza De Small have exposed a potential human trafficking plot
- It seems a fake advert has been circulating, using their names to lure girls under false pretenses
- Mzansi social media users shared their thoughts about the disturbing post that was shared
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Maphorisa and Kabza De Small recently took to social media to blast a fake page using their names to lure unknowing women. The advert calls on women to audition to be in a video by the Amapiano giants, however the pair know nothing about it.
Taking to social media, Kabelo blasted the ad and denied being a part of the arrangement. The ad calls on 10 women to sign up to be a part of a music video the pair would be filming in Mozambique at the end of October.
Each woman would allegedly be paid R6 000 for the project.
Taking to social media, Maphorisa said:
“Fake Fake Fake Fake please Girls dnt even try!!! got 6 calls from parents asking if it’s true “Hell Nahh ” No No No No"
Social media users share their thoughts on the disturbing post. Twitter user WalterNova037 said:
"I suggest we go to this music vid as a country n muur them"
"I suspect that fake Dj Maphorisa Twitter Account."
"Let's normalize reporting fake accounts and forex trading accounts for safety of our woman"
"I have a group on FB where I share part time jobs,i recently received this I didn't post it"
"Last time I got a call from a guy "modelling agency" in Sandton but then I got sick(flu) I couldn't go,next thing I hear some girl got a same gig and now she's nowhere to be found,I thank God I couldn't make it...thanks for sharing"
Briefly.co.za previously reported that media personality Tbo Touch has issued a serious warning to Mzansi women. The star joined many Mzansi celebs who have shared their views on the hot topic of human trafficking in the country.
Touch, whose real name is Thabo Molefe, has urged South African ladies to "verify" before they trust anyone on social media. The former Metro FM presenter warned tweeps that human trafficking is real.
The star shared that the scourge of such cases is "getting out of hand".
Many peeps, including celebs, have been using the hashtag #humantraffickingawareness to share their views around the scary topic.
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