In this article we look at South African celebrities who have been arrested in their past.
1- Trevor Noah
He was suspended to have stolen a car. On his way to the shop, he was pulled over by the police, only for them to discover that the plates on the "borrowed" car did not match their original registration. The young Noah was arrested under the assumption of having stolen a car and was placed in jail for a week.
Tv presenter and Dj Khaya Mkangisa admitted that she has and continues to lose work following the video gone viral.She was caught drinking and driving.
3- Black Coffee
Nkosinathi Maphumulo was arrested and taken to the Florida police station, where he was later released on R800 bail. He was caught speeding at 200km/h in his Maserati.
Nkosinathi "Nathi" Makhanyi's reason behind his appearance in front of the magistrate is due to charges against him. He was charged for assault and theft. As this story unfolds, this is the best time to find out more about this singer songwriter and artist.
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