Somizi Reveals Some Shocking News

This seems to be a trend

By  | Mar 30, 2022, 05:03 PM 

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Somizi Mhlongo has warned her acquaintances to not even attempt sending money to his number because it has been hacked. The hacker will attempt to extort cash from Somizi's friends and family so he warned them to not send money to that number.

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This growing and frightening trend of hacking celebrities is concerning as we have seen a number of ZAlebs warning people to not fall for the hackers tricks. Somizi is just the latest celebrity to experience this devastating trend.

Somizi said, "Warning, my number has been hacked again...Do not send money to anyone."

He then shared another video making fun of his situation saying he has been hacked.

Recently Somizi has been proudly working with brands and expressed his love for supporting local at all times. He tipped his hats off to Tshepo Jeans for being one of the first black owned company to be at a mall which was previously inaccessible for black businesses.

"One thing I will never get tired of is supporting local brands...whether we are friends or not.....this one here is a proud moment for me.....this mall @hpchydeparkcorner used to be 100% non black store owned....for the longest time.....and when it eventually happened it was only accessible to those of you who were already muscled....and today when I saw this my heart was filled with [email protected] go go go, You're an inspiration," he expressed proudly.

Then Somizi warned people who vilify black owned businesses for being too expensive. He said if people can afford them, they should support, but if they cannot, they should not.

"And to my fellow BLACKS...lets please stop this thing of expecting local products and brands to be cheap just because they're local or black....if its good quality and you can afford support if its expensive for you move on swiftly without bashing it and go get what's affordable for you."

Thobile Mseleku is also a victim of a scam of some sort. She said there are multiple fake Instagram accounts in her name and she is tired of them. "Please don’t fall for this scam. Kindly report this page I will do the same. Thank u," she warned.

DJ Sbu also got scammed thousands from his hustle with crypto. “I've been scammed but then getting more knowledge made me understand it's not crypto that is the scam, it's the people who scammed me with their knowledge that is better than mine.

“Someone can DM you and lie to you, saying if you give them 1k it will be 10k in three weeks. A lot of the time you sort of don't want to believe this person but because you want the money you end up in the traps," he told TshisaLive

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