Oops! Drama as Ayanda Ncwane is accused of being a scammer- see fans reaction
By Simplyfigo | self meida writer
Published 13 days ago - 3643 views
Oops! Reaction as Ayanda ncwane is accused of being a scammer
The widow of the late gospel star sfiso ncwane is being dragged into a forex scamming saga, as a woman came forward and claim the Durban real wives personality has scammed her money claiming to help her with trading. According to the woman named Sara malate claimed she cough her last money to a person who claimed to be the late gospel star's widow.
According to Ayanda Ncwane, this person who has been robbing people of their hard-earned money is not her.
She posted on her Facebook page pledging with her fans to stop being gullible and let this person using her name take their money because she will never do something as sick as such. Furthermore, she advised them to report to their nearest police station if they ever cross paths with this person again.
Some of her fans expressed their encounter with this Ayanda Ncwane imposter and luckily they managed to smell her scammer scent before she could finish with them. See some of the comment below
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