- DJ Tira took to Instagram to poke fun at a scammer who tried to con an alert Facebook user out of R1 000
- The scammer could not even spell DJ Tira's nickname properly - Makoya Bearings
- Even Somizi took to Tira's comment section to react to the scammer calling himself "Maboya Berings"
DJ Tira has taken to social media to poke fun at a scammer. The fraudster tried to swindle a Facebook user out of R1 000.
DJ Tira took to Instagram and shared the screenshot of the convo between the trickster and the alert Facebook user.
The scammer, who pretended to be Makoya Bearings, could not even spell Tira's nickname. The Thank You Mr DJ hitmaker hilariously captioned his post:
"Ngi Celebrate phela Respect!!!"
The fraudster, who called himself "Maboya Berings", demanded respect from the victim. When the Facebook user asked the imposter what he wanted, he hilariously replied:
"I'm a celebrity, show some respect."
He then explained that he wanted R1 000 because he had been robbed off his money. The alert Facebook user told the scammer where to get off and to go and try others.
DJ Tira's fans took to his comment section to laugh at the scammer's spelling errors. Check out some of the comments below:
"Some people are creative."
"Its "Maboya berings" for me."
"Waa Maboya berings."
Somizi also took to Tira's comment section to laugh at him. Somgaga wrote:
"Mr Maboya Bearings."
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Boity used her sangoma instincts to detect a "liar" who popped up on her timeline recently. A tweep recently tried her luck with Boity but the star used her sangoma instincts to spot the trickster.
In a now-deleted tweet, the follower asked the reality TV star for rent money. The award-winning rapper, who is one if the most generous celebs in Mzansi, declined to assist the tweep because her spirit did not believe the tweep. The media personality replied to the scammer:
"I’m so sorry, angel! My spirit doesn’t believe you… I don’t know why."
Social media users took to the star's comment to share hilarious reactions to Boity's reaction to the tweep. Check out some of their comments below: @Hawukeleni1 wrote:
"This girl thinks she can fool abaphansi (the ancestors)."
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