- Shebeshxt recently made his podcast debut on Podcast and Chill and caused a stir with his revelations
- The Limpopo rapper casually confessed to committing crimes, including stealing people's phones
- Fans debated on social media about the Manaba hitmaker opening up about his crimes and some defended him, saying he served his time
Shebeshxt has been topping the social media trends since his appearance on Podcast and Chill. The Limpopo rapper opened up about his life and past experiences and brought an interesting twist to the popular show.
Shebeshxt confesses to crime on Podcast and Chill
The Chillers had a treat when Mac G and the Podcast and Chill gang welcomed Shebeshxt for a sit-down, in-depth chat about his life.
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The Lebowakgomo superstar opened up about his past as well as his time in jail. In a clip posted by Twitter (X) user, This Is Colbert, Shebe went on to confess to stealing people's phones and still having them in his possession:
"Yesterday, my woman lost my iPhone and I told her not to worry because I have more phones belonging to other people."
Mzansi weighs in on Shebeshxt's confession
Some netizens weren't concerned with Shebeshxt's confession to doing crime, seeing that he opened up about bettering his life and leaving his past behind him:
"What if he’s lying?"
"He said they must come so he can give them back."
On the other hand, some netizens weren't impressed with Shebe boasting about his crimes:
"Can he be arrested?"
"These interviews from @podcastwithmacg are incriminating. Next thing this poor soul will be arrested for his past life."
Thieves caught on CCTV footage
In more crime updates, Briefly News caught online reactions of a criminal pickpocketing a customer at a Johannesburg Pick n Pay. Mzansi weighed in on the brazen thief:
"I don't allow people to get too close to me when doing my shopping."
Previously, a group of thieves were caught on CCTV stealing solar panels off of someone's roof.
Source: Briefly News