South African popular musician was left in shock after finding out through social media that there was a fund put together to help her family bury her.
Yvonne Chaka-Chaka today refuted claims that she had died, and moreover tried to stop the person who started a fund for her burial from scamming more people.
In a tweet on Monday evening, Chaka-Chaka said, “Some FOOL posted my Obituary and even asked people to contribute in a go fund me acc. For my burial. 😭😭. How mean can you be.”
As if it were not enough the scammers even went as far as writing a full obituary for the “late star”.
Some FOOL posted my Obituary and even asked people to contribute in a go fund me acc. For my burial. 😭😭. How mean can you be. pic.twitter.com/oG9nBZMYYs
— Yvonne Chaka Chaka (@YvonneChakaX2) April 19, 2021
Chaka-Chaka is not the first one to be claimed dead. Gospel artist Hlengiwe Mhlaba was this year also confirmed dead on social media.
she had to be notified by family and friends who were calling her non-stop wanting to confirm that she was alive.
Chaka-Chaka is alive and well and the fund should be considered as fraud.