I’m Traumatized – Maskandi Artist Busisiwe Mngoma Says After She Was Robbed At Gun Point

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Famous “Munyu” has revealed that she has been traumatized after some armed men robbed her at gunpoint while she was waiting by the roadside for a cab.

The singer revealed that she had been waiting at the roadside for a cab in the early hours of today, Thursday, April 21, 2022, at around 5 am in south of Durban when a car pulled over next to her.

She explained that she had thought the occupants of the vehicle wanted to give her a ride, however it turned out to be a raid.

“It happened in the early hours of the morning, at about 5am. I was taking my child to Home Affairs to do a birth certificate. I left home early because of the long queues at Home Affairs. As I was waiting for a taxi, I saw a car coming in my direction. At first I thought it’s someone giving me a lift because at that time taxis are scarce in our area.

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I’m not sure how many of them were inside the car but two of them were sitting in front and one of them was sitting at the back seat. The one who was sitting at the back pulled a gun and threatened to shoot me. I quickly handed over my handbag which had my personal belongings, including money and my ID document,” she said.

She revealed that among the things in her purse was an amount of R17,000 she had made from gigs which she intended to deposit in her account later in the day.

“About R17 000 was inside the purse. It was money from gigs and I was planning to go and deposit it later in the day. Now it’s gone and I’m traumatized. I also need to go start afresh and apply for an ID book before making a certificate for the child,” she said.

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Busisiwe explained that she is yet to take any legal action as she is still shocked from her terrifying ordeal and scared of stepping outside her home.

“At the moment I’m back at home and I am scared to do anything. I haven’t opened a case but I will be opening it once I’ve calmed down. I’m actually more angry because I’m not the first person to be robbed at gunpoint like this.”

Source: Vimbuzz.com
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