Beware of FAKE news Chiyangwa reacts to viral Mazda story
Businessman Philip Chiyangwa has distanced himself from the Facebook page which claimed that he bought a posh brand new Mazda car for his “good friend” Monalisa Charity Mutindivari after she had requested only for a laptop.
Reacting to the story, Chiyangwa warned readers and reporters that they should disregard social media accounts bearing his name as he does not spend time on Twitter or FaceBook.
That’s a fake account. I don’t have a Facebook account. Actually I am not on social media platforms, be it Twitter or Instagram among others. Those who create those fake accounts, they are my followers. They admire what I do.
Anything generated from social networks is all fake. Everything there about me on social media is fake.
There is a woman with a ghost account, she is a ghost to me that I even don’t know.
She purports there was an offer of a laptop which turned into a car, I do not play stupid games like that. Manufactured B******
Reputable media houses even pick it to look like it’s real news…Please be careful about what you put in newspapers about me before I sue you
The “fake account” claimed that Mutindivari reportedly went out for lunch with Chiyangwa a fortnight ago where she asked him to buy her a laptop for school work. Instead, the flamboyant businessman chose to buy her a posh car.