Vusi Ngubane Denies That Zodwa Wabantu Opened Fraud Case Against Him!

Vusi Ngubane has taken to social media to deny that there's a warrant out for his arrest. Vusi, who is Zodwa Wabantu's ex-boyfriend, said he and his lawyer went to various Durban police stations to enquire about the matter.


Vusi said they could not find a station where a case had been opened against him. Vusi posted an article about the issue as well as an image of himself standing outside a police station.

He wrote, "My legal representatives and myself reported to various police stations so I could turn myself in for the alleged fraud case. No police station confirmed that I am wanted for any fraud case."

Vusi then implied that he is ready to sue Zodwa for bringing his name into disrepute.
He continued, "Harassment order interdict and defamation of character civil suit is underway."

Zodwa insisted that she had opened a case and posted an image of herself at a police station.

The exotic dancer and entrepreneur then said that she'll be meeting with Vusi today and their lawyers will attempt to hash out a way forward.

Zodwa posted a shirtless image of Vusi and reminded him that he had nothing when he first moved in with her.
Vusi Ngubane Denies That Zodwa Wabantu Opened Fraud Case Against Him!

Yesterday, Briefly.co.za reported that Zodwa had slammed Vusi for allegedly defrauding her and called him a scammer. The ex-lovers trended the whole day as their shenanigans caused a volcanic eruption of hilarious responses and memes.

In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Itu Khune and his beautiful wife, Sphelele Makhunga, have once again served up some major relationship goals. Over the weekend, the flawless Missus Khune showed off her amazing figure and toned abs on her Twitter page. The Bafana Bafana captain could not help but show the mother of his child some love.

Itu and Sphelele have a six-month-old infant daughter. The goalie has said that being a father is the greatest joy he's ever experienced.

Source: Briefly.co.za

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