- Boity Thulo always wants to help where she can and this time she got scammed by a local social media user
- The man asked the media personality for a pair of school shoes but it turns out he's been lying to the timeline
- Boity was shocked that she had been scammed by the guy but she said something profound about helping out
Scammers never rest and sadly Boity Thulo has become a victim once again. The media personality always wants to help people when she can but some people just take advantage of her kindness.
A man with the Twitter handle @RichKatengeza was in Boity's mentions on social media asking if she could him get school shoes for his brother. Boity quickly responded and said that she would send him a direct message (DM) to offer assistance.
Social media users saw Boity's post and a few starting to warn her, telling the rapper that they've assisted the guy before and it doesn't make sense why he would ask for help again. Fans started sharing screenshots of conversations they've had with the guy and were not impressed.
Boity was also disappointed that the guy had scammed her but she quickly said that it was okay.
"It happens. It’s ok. The intention to help was pure and that’s all that matters," she said with a shrugging emoji.
Check out the reactions below:
"I get you Sisi please do not be discouraged, the guy even deactivated his account now which means it was all about money-making schemes."
"I don't know how you don't get discouraged, like I honestly don't know how."
"But such is ruining things for those that really need help."
Briefly News previously reported that Boity's new ad campaign for Kotex got dragged over being tone-deaf. Media personality and rapper Boity Thulo also does paid campaigns to secure some extra cash for herself just like any other celebrity.
This time though, Mzansi women were not impressed with her latest paid campaign for Kotex.
The sanitary product company said that they were changing the popular Amapiano song, Labantwana Ama Uber, into Labantwana Abo She Can. Fans were just not happy with the ad and said that it was tone-deaf.
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Source: Briefly News