The fans reportedly wrote an open letter to the Ministers of Police and Justice, calling for the arrest of the podcaster. Khawula’s personal details including his ID number and banking information were included in the letter.
“He continues running an unregistered media business on YouTube, Instagram, and TikTok while extorting money and cyberbullying the South African community. He is extorting South African public figures, politicians, and celebrities using the account,” read the letter.
“The South African Police Services, SARS and the minister of police have ignored all of that… until Khawula kills another person and continues to bully a number of high-profile people.
The bank statements show amounts from R5000 to R180 000 to remove posts that are involving high profile names,” further reads the letter. A spokesperson for the Minister of Justice and Correctional Services, Chrispin Phiri acknowledged the letter.
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