- Uzalo actor Mondli Makhoba had the social media streets buzzing after sharing one very ambiguous picture
- While it looked like the actor was being arrested, it seems the "incriminating" pic only served as part of a theatrical Twitter post
- Tweeps were left super confused and hilariously scolded the actor for making them think he'd actually been arrested
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Actor Mondli Makhoba may have received an unexpected reaction to his motivational Twitter post. The ever-theatrical performer decided he'd attach a picture of himself being arrested to the Tweet, and while many social media users knew it was probably a still from a film set others were left super confused.
Heading online, @MakhobaMondli shared these words:
"It's in your falls and losses where you learn, take those lessons and rise again."
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He also shared a picture of himself being arrested by local police. To many social media peeps, the pics seemed very real.
Taking to the comments, Mzansi made fun of the Uzalo actor for making them believe he'd actually been arrested.
Check out some of the comments below:
"These are real cops, you can be charged with impersonating an officer for wearing an authentic SAPS uniform."
"The part of my brain that strives on visual literacy couldn't help it but pick up on a lot re: this pic and hidden meanings. I'm a sucker for visual literacy."
Masasa Mbangeni again denies being pregnant, fans advise her to block trolls
In more entertainment news, Briefly News previously reported that Masasa Mbangeni has warned peeps that being nosy will lead them into trouble after rumours of her pregnancy surfaced again on social media.
The actress had posted a video of herself training when a troll jumped on her comments section to ask if she had a bun in the oven. The star took to her timeline to slam those who are spreading her pregnancy rumours.
TshisaLIVE reports that Masasa Mbangeni took to Twitter and told rumour mongers that their lies will catch up with them someday. She wrote:
"I post my boxing video and someone asked me if I’m pregnant. Yazi nizofa."
Some peeps advised the media personality to block the trolls while others slammed the hater for being "pathetic".
"I hope you blocked them."
"I wish someone could say this to me, I will be so motivated to get up and go to gym every day."
"Never ask a woman such unless announced... Bathong!"
"It was classical trolling. Trying desperately to get a reaction. It was pathetic."
Source: Briefly News