Kabza De Small And DJ Maphorisa Announce A Scam Using Their Names. Human trafficking and scamming has become an issue in South Africa.
Human trafficking and scamming has become an issue in South Africa. Thus people, especially women, have become wary of what they get themselves into when looking for opportunities. Some people scam people using the names of well-known persons to get to people.
The names of the likes of Faith Nketsi and DJ Maphorisa have been used to get citizens scammed. Kabza De Small and DJ Maphorisa’s names have now been used to get women trafficked. The two musicians have announced a scam of them needing 10 women for a music video shoot that they will be doing in Mozambique. “Kabza D Small and Dj Maphorisa….I’m gonna [be] shooting a video in Mozambique month end…Need ten ladies that have passports…if they don’t have passports I have a guy at home affairs that can make a plan for them. We shooting a music video for a track that hasn’t [come] out yet…[I’ll] need all sizes for the ladies…heels…sneakers…dress sizes…Every lady is getting paid 6k…3k before we leave and 3k [after] we return. Flights…accommodation…clothes will be payed for…,” says the social media account.
DJ Maphorisa went on to say, “Fake Fake Fake…please girls [don’t] even try got 6 calls from parents asking if it’s true ‘Hell Nahh’ No No No No.” Social media has been filled up with tons of missing person’s reports of females and children. This fear and gender-based violence has caused women on social media to fear.
by Alexandra Ramaite