- TV presenter Candice Modiselle has revealed that a woman pretending to be her friend scammed a young designer
- Candice Modiselle said the designer custom-made some merchandise thinking that the woman will pass them to the star
- The stunner said the woman vanished after the designer gave her the merchandise
Candice Modiselle took to social media recently to share how a woman scammed a young designer using her name. The media personality expressed that the woman the unidentified woman claimed to be her close friend.
The stunner revealed that the designer custom-made some merchandise and gave them to the woman thinking she would pass them on to the star. After the designer handed the woman the items, she vanished with everything, the TV presenter said. Candice wrote on Twitter on Thursday, 27 January:
"This woman scammed this young designer, telling him that her and I are good friends. He custom made merch for her to give to me and she vanished with everything."
The radio presenter's fans took to her comment section to share their thoughts on her post. Check out some of their comments below:
"Scams are everywhere these days sorry to the young designer."
"In this world we live, due diligence is paramount."
"Eish scammers, may they burn in hell."
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Thandiswa Mazwai has denied cancelling MacG following his transphobic comments in his latest podcast. The host of Podcast and Chill with MacG trended on social media this week after he and his crew discussed sensitive issues about the LGBTQI community.
MacG's comments sparked a heated debate on Twitter with some people calling for his podcast to be cancelled while others were defending him. Thandiswa Mazwai also joined Mzansi tweeps and shared her two cents on MacG's comments. A local publication then published that the singer and another muso Langa Mavuso joined others in cancelling MacG following his homophobic jokes.
Replying to the publication's tweet, The Bongo Maffin star said the article was not true. She said she doesn't believe in cancel culture. King Tha said:
"This is not true. I don’t believe in cancel culture. I think there are times when repercussions must happen but I believe not in calling out but calling in. It’s my individual way. What I said was a psa (public service announcement) to say these conversations must happen with us in the room & that learning is NB (important)."
Musician Langa Mavuso also said he never called for the cancelling of MacG. The star said:
"None of our tweets called for a cancelling of anyone or their business. it’s important to address serious issues that affect us and many who are disenfranchised. this is sensationalism at it’s best."
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