The Facebook post has caused unnecessary panic about the Legendary actress Lydia Mokgokoloshi, also known as Koko Mantsha on Skeem Saam claimed that she was no more. The news was Fake.Phil Mphela (Entertainment Commentator) confirmed that the Skeem Saam actress is very much alive.
Sebasa Mogale (Dr Hlongwani)also confirmed on his Instagram post that he spoke to the legendary actress and she is aware of the fake news.
Apparently Koko Mantsha is not the only victim of a death hoax, actress Masasa Mbangeni, the former scandal superstar took to Twitter after a Facebook post claimed that she died after Covid.
She said the false news about her passing scared her mother. A very close friend of her mother called after seeing the post trending on social media and she was really frightened.
Spreading such malicious lies can land people in jail. The problem with our generation is that we want to trend for the wrong reasons. Imagine creating such fake content and end up in jail for spreading the lies.
Also, there is nothing wrong with getting your facts right ,especially when you’re not sure of something than jumping into a conclusion.
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