SERGE Cabonge has a penchant for spring chickens. And he enjoys blessing the young pretty things with a taste of the good life. . .
But his generous nature has been used against him! And the self-proclaimed international blesser and businessman wants to set the record straight.
This comes after several girls have on social media claimed he’d requested explicit videos from them and promised to pay them each about R30 000. But according to the blesser, dubious characters have been impersonating him on social media. And a worried Serge wants warn Mzansi that he isn’t behind the requests – in which girls are asked to send nude videos during which they’re playing with themselves.
Speaking to the SunTeam, Serge said he suspected one of his best friends may be behind the misleading social media accounts.
Insisted Serge: “There are many Instagram accounts that are under my name, and reporting them doesn’t help because they keep coming back. I’m a blesser, but I don’t ask for such things from girls. I wasn’t aware of these incidents until I got screenshots and read about them on the Instagram gossip page dubbed, The Popcorn Room.”
Serge claimed his friend had before this incident used an Instagram account to communicate with girls.
Insisted Serge: “I found out about it because people sent me screenshots of my friend communicating with girls through an impersonation account. I believe he’s still continuing this behaviour.”
The blesser said the incident had dented his reputation “because people now think I’m a pervert”.
“It’s believable because those people use recent pictures of me from my account.”
Serge sent a warning to young students who go after easy treats.
“These people go as far as Googling images of expensive handbags, send them to the girls and promise to give these items to the girls in exchange for naked pics. I help people and don’t want to be associated with such things,” the international blesser said.
One of the victims of the scam, a young woman, has since apologised to the blesser in a WhatsApp message seen by the People’s Paper.
– Sunday Sun