- Social media users have made Sbahle Mpisane trend after an old video she posted resurfaced
- The footage showed a massive snake slithering through someone's living room
- After the recent allegations of people using snakes to get wealth, many began wondering if Mpisane was also doing the same
Social media users were left shaken after allegations were made that certain celebrities and influencers used snakes to attain wealth.
This led to an old video surfacing which showed a snake slithering through someone's lounge. The footage was shared by Sbahle Mpisane, daughter to the millionaire businesswoman Shauwn Mkhize.
Of course speculation was rife that the family's source of wealth stemmed from that massive snake as the video was re-circulated on social media.
Many even suggested that the snake may have helped Sbahle's healing process after she suffered the unfortunate car accident 2 years ago.
Twitter user LollyMkunqwana said:
"Bet you wouldn’t find this “Yhooo” worthy if the man was white. Pet snakes are nothing unusual"
"Imagine you visiting a friend, then this happens. I would die on the spot"
"I remember she got into an "accident" after posting this"
However, it has been discovered that Sbahle was merely re-posting a video by Instagram user TheRealTarzan. Mpisane does not own the snake that has left Mzansi social media users so shook.
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that controversial author Jackie Phamotse is trending on social media after she dropped a video discussing some very dark things. The media personality accused certain famous faces of using snakes and witchcraft to achieve success.
Although she did not name anyone, Jackie dropped enough hints to make some social media users draw their own conclusions. Jackie said that celebs will lie about getting endorsements and selling products but actually be using dark magic to get money.
Her claims rocked social media as many weighed in with divided opinions. Some social media users felt that she was just looking for attention while others shared her suspicions. Some even pulled out an old video shared by Sbahle Mpisane of a snake casually slithering in someone's house. Scary!
Twitter user PleasureLand_SA said: "She is crazy this one."
Kumkanikazie1M said: "Either crazy or unomona, black people's success always associated nobuloyi or sangomas that we can't do it on our own."
mphosimango25 said: "The is this guy who seems to make a lot of money and living larger on Insta and Twitter but no one how he makes his money."
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