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Letoya Makhene warns fans against impersonators

Letoya Makhene warns fans against impersonators, who use fake accounts to scam people on social media. The actress shared various screenshots revealing how these scammers defraud their victims. Letoya said she has no Tik Tok account, and people should stop being desperate to make money.

Letoya Makhene

“I keep telling you I DO NOT HAVE A TikTok ACCOUNT!!! No matter how many times I say this, people still go and follow over 20 accounts that are in my name. They get involved in FOREX and BITCOIN… They get scammed and want to make it my Problem. And then when they get SCAMMED only then do they come with attacks on my verified social media accounts,” she wrote.

Letoya Makhene

“Once again… I DO NOT DO ANY BITCOIN OR FOREX… Just STOP being so desperate for quick money that you get scammed and want to make it my problem. JUST STOP.” Letoya further slammed those plotting to taint her image and her wife’s image.

Letoya Makhene

“Whoever is plotting this smear campaign on my image and my Wife is just not giving up anytime soon. Only what matters to us is, we are together, we will continue to stand together and our Love is stronger than before,” the businesswoman wrote.

In other news – A look into Kwaito star Arthur Mafokate and the dodgy Lottery grant

A company of which Kwaito producer and musician Arthur Mafokate is the sole director was paid over R1-million from a lottery grant for a music festival that never took place.

Arthur Mafokate

The star-studded Mzansi Arts and Heritage Festival (Mahefe) was due to be staged at the Abrahamsrust Resort on the banks of the Vaal River in Sasolburg, Free State, on 26 September 2015, but it was cancelled just weeks before. Read more