Yoh: Moshe Ndiki admits to being scammed of whopping R800k

Yoh: Moshe Ndiki admits to being scammed of whopping R800k

- Moshe Ndiki has taken to social media to share how he was scammed of a whopping R800 000

- The media personality even revealed that the scammers left him with a measly R12 in his bank account

- The star had previously revealed how he used his last R30 to record the video that shot him to fame

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Moshe Ndiki has opened up about falling victim to scammers and losing a large amount of money. The media personality is one of many South Africans who have fallen victim to credit card fraud and banking account hacks.

Taking to social media, Moshe shared that his account was hacked and money was taken amounting to R822 000. He said:

"I got mugged two months ago in Mellville. The stole my phone. I don't even know how they accessed my internet banking details. I never thought it would happen to me but it did. All l know if l woke up the one amount and ended the day with nothing. They left me R12 which l don't know what they thought l would do with that but it is what it is."
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What a hectic story.

Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported media personality Moshe Ndiki has shared how his last R30 made him famous in Mzansi. The star opened up about his story on Hulisani Ravele's show called The Nescafe Grind Sessions Episode 2. Moshe did not know that his last R30 would open doors for him in the Mzansi entertainment industry.

Yoh: Moshe Ndiki admits to being scammed of whopping R800k

Moshe Ndiki shared a story of how he was scammed of thousands. Image: @moshendiki/Instagram
Source: Instagram

At the time, Moshe was an unemployed media studies graduate. Moshe shared that he bought two loose cigarettes and a cheap wine with the last R30.

The star expressed that he was stressed at the time so he decided to spend his last cash on booze. Moshe had just deposited his rent money into a wrong account. "I took my last R30 and I bought the cheapest wine I could find and two loose cigarettes."

Moshe explained that when he got back home, he decided to shoot a video of himself enjoying the wine. He uploaded the video on YouTube the following day after a friend advised him to do so. The video got about 10 000 views and his YouTube channel attracted many subscribers.

Moshe Ndiki shares how his last R30 made him famous in Mzansi
"I was literally telling them about my journey and how I was unemployed."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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