Vusi Ngubane Finally Exposed!

According to the sales manager for Audi Center, Phana Mzimela, all the viral pictures and videos of Zodwa Wabantu’s ex-boyfriend pretending to be purchasing an Audi R8 from the car dealership were all staged and he did not buy the vehicle in question.

Recently, a video of Audi Center congratulating Vusi Ngubane went viral on social media as his followers showered him with compliments after he captioned it,” I remember the day I didn’t have R8 to catch a taxi to school”.

"Vusi is not our client, he never bought the car, he never signed any documents with us, everything including the pictures and videos he took was staged. He did this with the help of our sales representative. They even used delivery pictures to make the whole thing legit. Vusi later posted these on his Instagram account. We don’t know how he did all this. Our stance on this matter is that Vusi never bought the Audi R8 and we have no contract with him. We are following internal processes to deal with the salesman”,
Phana disclosed to the Daily Sun.
Vusi Ngubane Finally Exposed!

"The whole thing is strange and misleading because Vusi and the salesman used the delivery pictures, yet there was no purchase at all”, he said.

Another source has added that when Audi saw Zodwa Wabantu breathing fire on social media they called her as they tried to give their side of the story.


"Zodwa Wabantu has a relationship with Audi Durban. Even last yearZodwa was sponsored by them for the Durban July. This year Zodwa was planning to tag Vusi along to the VDJ but then lockdown happened. Vusi knew all of this, he then approached the same car dealership and presented himself as Zodwa’s boyfriend. That is how he fooled the salesman and staged all those pictures.” said the second source.

When asked to delete the misleading pictures and videos, Vusi only deleted one and left the rest and he has since refused to meet with Audi representatives for a requested meeting.


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