Former ‘Isibaya’ Actress Ayanda Borotho Warns Mzansi of TikTok Scammers Using Her Name

Former ‘Isibaya’ Actress Ayanda Borotho Warns Mzansi of TikTok Scammers Using Her Name

  • Former Isibaya actress Ayanda Borotho has warned Mzansi about TikTok scammers using her name to make quick cash
  • The fraudsters have created multiple fake accounts on the platform and are promising people large sums of money per week
  • The author shared that she doesn't have an account on the popular platform and has never been part of any investment and pyramid schemes

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Former Isibaya star Ayanda Borotho has warned her fans to look out for scammers using her name on TikTok. The media personality shared that she doesn't have a TikTok account.

Former ‘Isibaya’ actress, Ayanda Borotho, TikTok scammers, using her name
Former ‘Isibaya’ Actress Ayanda Borotho has warned Mzansi of TikTok scammers using her name. Image: @Ayandaborotho
Source: Instagram

The star took to Instagram to warn her followers to beware of the fraudsters looking to make a quick buck using her popular name. According to TshisaLIVE, she shared a snap of multiple fake accounts created by imposters promising people large sums of cash.

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The author told peeps that she doesn't have a platform where people can make R80 000 a week. She expressed that she's not part of any investment scheme or Forex trading platform.

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Cassper Nyovest laughs off alleged scammers threatening legal action against him

In other entertainment news, Briefly News reported that Cassper Nyovest has laughed out loud after an allegedly fake car rental company threatened to take legal action against him. The alleged scammers claimed Mufasa is refusing to return his new McLaren.

An Instagram page of the alleged scammers claimed that Mufasa rented the posh ride from them a while back. They said they're now in contact with their lawyers because the rapper breached his contract with them.

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The Siyathandana hitmaker took to Twitter to react to the claims after a tweep shared the screenshot on his timeline. According to ZAlebs, Mufasa said:

"Lmao... Dawg yall really want these things yall hear to be true huh? They need lawyers to come fetch the car that I rented from them ? Eh. It's tense mos!!!"

The star's fans again advised him to ignore his haters because they believe that he owns the car. They told him not to entertain such posts. @ika42837440 said:

"Cass, why do you see the need to respond to something that is just plain stupid and clearly bs? Like why do you see the need to reply ? Like why?"

Source: Briefly News

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