In a business deal gone wrong, two businessmen have taken to Twitter and radio to battle out their grievances.
Prominent businessman, Mzwandile Thabethe who runs restaurants Kos'potong and Sophiatown Bar Lounge reported that he has been a victim of a cyber-bullying after a business associate started tweeting that they both have been running a successful business in human trafficking.
Lungile Radebe (@TherealLungsta), on the other hand, is the guy who tweeted to his 1, 176 followers that he and Thabethe were running a successful human trafficking business.
702's John Robbie spoke to these two businessmen to try and get to the crux of the issue and hopefully assist in resolving the dispute. Thabethe and Radebe both share their version of this sad business story.
Listen to the conversation below:
Some reaction to this on Twitter:
@702JohnRobbie influencers are used to assist brands in promoting their products and services.problem?not every influencer is credible...— Moeti Tsiki (@moflavadj) October 13, 2015
@702JohnRobbie Lungile and Mzwandile, such as expensive fight for only R2000? Waste of airtime and data bundles, glad u stopped the discus— CR17 (@Mmbangiseni) October 13, 2015
@702JohnRobbie this guy has too much free time. So much effort to destroy someone's brand over 2k?— That Offends Me (@why_so_outraged) October 13, 2015
@702JohnRobbie I've done hundreds of thousands rands of business with @Mzwa_T he pays his bills and his built successful brands— Dick (@LeboMukansi) October 13, 2015
@702JohnRobbie please have a look at this afrocandy thing and you make the call on porn— siya jele (@siyajele) October 13, 2015
This article first appeared on 702 : The case of a business deal gone sour: Thabethe vs Radebe