Lamiez Holworthy Addresses Being Impersonated on Social Media: “Please Be Careful, I Have No Control of This”

Lamiez Holworthy Addresses Being Impersonated on Social Media: “Please Be Careful, I Have No Control of This”

  • Famous DJ Lamiez Holworthy has issued a warning to her fans to beware of online scammers who are using her name to defraud people
  • The hitmaker said she has never been involved in any cryptocurrency business, and she advised peeps to report the scammers to the police
  • Lamiez is not the only local celebrity to fall victim to online scammers; The Queen star Jessica Nkosi also issued a similar warning to her fans

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Lamiez Holworthy has released a statement warning her fans and followers about online scammers using her name to defraud people of their hard-earned money.

Lamiez Holworthy, Celebrity, South Africa
Lamiez Holworthy has taken to social media to tell her fans to watch out for scammers using her name. Image: @lamiez_holworthy
Source: Instagram

The award-winning DJ and radio personality recently headed to her social media pages to caution her fans and followers against fraudsters who are now all over social media.

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Lamiez's warning comes after a fan notified her of a WhatsApp group bearing her name that is promising people large sums of money if they invest. The fan asked:

"Hi, please advise; I followed a WhatsApp link on what I believe to be one of your accounts. It’s about trading R1 500 and making R15 000 in three days, is it true?"

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According to Sunday World, the star answered the fan and also warned her millions of fans. Lamiez Holworthy posted a video distancing herself from any cryptocurrency schemes, and she reminded peeps that she only has one manager, her mother. She added:

“I have one Instagram account which is verified, one TikTok page which is verified, and my Facebook page, which is in the process of getting verified, has the same stuff that I post on my other pages.

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"I see a lot of promoters and club owners are being scammed by fake managers. I have one manager who has managed me all my life, and that is my mother. She is the only person you can talk to."

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