A seemingly fake Twitter account set up under Mshoza’s name accused Cassper Nyovest of owing her R100K.
The Twitter account caused a stir on Thursday after it claimed that Cassper borrowed the money last year, but was now dodging repayment.
“It’s time I speak out. Last year I got an email from Cassper asking me to give him R100k and he will give it back after FNB stadium.
“Well as a good woman I wanted to help and I sent the R100k, but since then his ignoring my calls and emails I didn’t want this go to Twitter (sic),” read the tweet.
Cassper reposted the tweet to his followers, claiming it was a way to get attention
“The easiest way to get South Africa talking. Insert my name and BOOM,” he said.
The easiest way to get South Africa talking. Insert my name and BOOM https://t.co/JpU6kg9qbT
— R.M Phoolo (@CassperNyovest) July 19, 2018
The time when I was going through the pain of abuse he sent me a WhatsApp text telling me to be strong few weeks later I asked him about my money he blueticked me.
— Queen Mshoza (@OfficialMshoza) July 19, 2018
It is not clear if the account belongs to Mshoza or, as some fans have pointed out, it could be fake.