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RHOD’s Nonku Williams scammed of over half a million

South African reality TV star, Nonku Williams was once scammed of more than half a million rand.

And now imposters, who are using her photos on social media to scam people, have reminded her of that 2020 ordeal.

The Real Housewives of Durban star told the publication fraudsters anger her as she knows how it feels to be scammed.

Nonku Williams

“This has made me really mad because I’ve also been a victim of this. I was scammed of R518k in 2020 by a Nigerian man who posed as a white man from the UK and promised I would get R3 million in return. I was shattered,” she said.

Nonku said she has been receiving messages recently from different people, informing her of her impersonators.

“I’d been getting a lot of DMs on my IG page with screenshots from fans asking me if I own a TikTok or Facebook account, to which some I responded by saying no and asking them to please delete and report. Then someone I know sent me a text saying that these imposters are swaying people to invest in all sorts of things, but mostly Bitcoin,” she said.

Nonku said scammers need to work and stop living off innocent people’s income.

Nonku Williams

The businesswoman said she hasn’t reported the accounts as she doesn’t have access to them.

“I’m appealing to everyone who gets to read this article to please report them. Delete and let’s expose these culprits,” Nonku said.

When asked what she’s been working on, Nonku said she has a lot on her plate.

“I’m done with the shooting of S3 of RHOD but there is a zillion of things I’m busy with from brand collaboration, to name a few. There is something else in the cooking that I believe my fans would be excited about it,” she said.


In other news – Police say drug overdose might have killed Pearl Shongwe

Late radio news reader Pearl Shongwe‘s cause of death has been suspected to be a drug overdose. A local publication reports that police officers found drugs in her bedroom when they did a cleanup at her home.

Pearl Shongwe

“We suspect drug overdose because we have found drugs in her bedroom when we were combing the house for possible leads to her death,” the police officer told the publication. They further stated that they are looking into surveillance cameras to determine who might have been the last person to be with Shongwe while she was alive. Learn More

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