For the past few months in South Africa, there has been a shocking rise in human trafficking cases. Though DJ Maphorisa and Kabza De Small were not among the few celebrities that spoke out on this particular crime, they’ve found their names being used by these criminals.
A few weeks ago notices were released that the two are shooting a music video and ladies who are in possession of passports were needed. The post further claimed that each woman would receive an R6,000 payment for being in the video and that flights, accommodation and clothes would be provided.
It turned out that the two stars were not aware of the notice. Fortunately, they received calls from parents of ladies that showed interest. They quickly had to put an add to it. Maphorisa and Kabza then took to their social media to raise awareness of the latest scam.
“Fake Fake Fake Fake please Girls dnt even try got 6 calls from parents asking if it’s true “Hell Nahh ” No No No No,” both Kabza And DJ Maphorisa wrote.
Fake Fake Fake Fake please Girls dnt even try!!! got 6 calls from parents asking if it’s true “Hell Nahh ” No No No No pic.twitter.com/soupUsWvy9
— Madumane (@DjMaphorisa) October 14, 2020
Ladies always take necessary precautionary measures!!!! We glad Maphorisa and Kabza have alerted the masses. Meanwhile, Cassper Nyovest has been very vocal on human trafficking and has several times asked ladies to be careful.