On Monday, she wrote on Facebook that she had an unexpected visitor at work who told security guards he’d been communicating with her, but she had no idea who he was.
“I don’t know what to do anymore, running out of options.”
Her Facebook friends advised her to report it.
Evangelist Dimakatso Maphothoma wrote: “Open a case and leave it to the police.”
Dudu Gcabashe-Khuzwayo said: “No, this is getting out of hand.
You need to report this ku SAPS.”
Brenda said she was on set when a guard told her an unknown man was waiting for her at the gate.
“Apparently the scammer told this guy I’m a forex trader and he had money to invest for him. Fortunately, the guard had the guy’s phone. He showed me the messages. I asked the guard to tell him he was being scammed and went back to my work. I am hurt.”
Brenda told Daily Sun she hadn’t opened a case yet.
In other news – WATCH: Zodwa Wabantu’s [email protected] massage video reveals all
As always, Mzansi dancer Zodwa Libram popularly known as Zodwa Wabantu has done it again and this time living fans and followers begging for more. She posted a video of herself getting a massage and her fans are gushing over her.
The dancer suggested she was at the massage parlor to treat her body and soul. Zodwa posted her massage video with a caption “How to Treat your Body, Mind & Soul”. Learn More