No doubt she never ceases to amaze and her drama keeps on making its way to showbiz. Is she trying to make a name for herself or she needs some medical attention. Can someone balance me well on this who on earth fakes hijacking and later on lie to the courts? In the midst of the drama her nu_des has flooded social media and it seems as if she is more than cool with it.
The lady in the midst of the fake hijacking ordeal, Simphiwe Manzini (real name Phindile Kunene) is now embroiled in another scandal after her imposing images found their way onto the public scene.
An image is currently doing rounds showing her lying on a bed and her bottom half is not wearing any undergarment. The image does show that she snapped herself using a camera selfie mode.
Kunene is currently out on R2 000 bail. The shocking thing is she has not deleted the fake posts she made on Facebook. One of the posts has now got a massive 38 000 comments and most of the comments are from angry people who could not believe she did that and wasted their time and state resources.
Pictures: Gauteng Lady who faked hijacking Simphiwe Manzini ‘Phindile Kunene’ nu_des leaked
Kunene has been charged with contravening the Oath of Commissions Act for allegedly submitting and deposing a false statement to the police when she reported at the Protea Glen police station that she had been kidnapped and hijacked. Now that her photo is trending, it causes more troubles for her and unnecessary attention.
Using her Facebook account which uses her clan names, Kunene had thousands of South Africans tweeting and posting out of concern after she claimed that her Toyota Corolla had been hijacked and that she had been shoved in the boot of her car during the ordeal.
She also claimed that she was on the verge of being raped during the “hijacking”, which police say she has allegedly confessed, never happened. She had been purportedly posting the messages on her Facebook profile from the boot of her car.
However, she allegedly confessed to the police that the hijacking and kidnapping were fake and that she was actually at home when she posted the messages. Thousands of people had shared the woman’s apparent ordeal on social media, commenting out of concern as calls for the woman to be found reverberated into Thursday morning.