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Moshe Ndiki wipes the floor with Musa Khawula, and SA celebrares him.
Photo: Twitter
Moshe Ndiki wipes the floor with Musa Khawula, and SA celebrares him. Photo: Twitter

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It seems Moja Love presenter Moshe Ndiki finally reached his boiling point with the infamous content peddler, Musa Khawula, after the two were seen in a physical altercation on Sunday night.

Journalists, musicians, media personalities and influencers have all grown tired of the plague that is Musa Khawula, the infamous celebrityville journo who has been making waves in the industry this past year.

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With all the false allegations, malicious rumours and constant Mihlali Ndamase slander, it was only a matter of time before Khawula messed with the wrong celebrity. 

After tweeting falsely about Moja Love presenter Moshe Ndiki on Sunday afternoon, Ndiki finally reached his boiling point with Khawula on Sunday night at the White Sunninghill Bar and Lounge in Johannesburg.

In a series of tweets, Khawula said he would go to the White Sunninghill Bar and Lounge restaurant after DJ and cousin to Bonang Matheba Pinky Girl (Tebogo Mekgwe) was seen allegedly trying to find a rich Nigerian man. The tweet read:  

“Remember when Pinky Girl was throwing herself at the billionaire jollof, it was at white lounge; Sunninghill. So, me and my friends decided to show up, I suppose this is where the bag is at.” 

According to Khawula, the altercation allegedly began while he was sitting at his table with a separate group of friends, when suddenly Ndiki approached him from behind and attacked him.  This led to the two getting into a physical brawl, until they were eventually pulled apart by the security at the restaurant. 

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Ndiki has kept his lips sealed on whether not he will pursue legal action against Khawula and the brawl itself, while Khawula has had a lot to say, with videos and Twitter spaces he has hosted to set the record straight since Sunday night. 

In it, he said: 

I’m actually on my way to the hospital, I am going to open a case. My friends keep saying, ‘No Musa you were attacked,’ but f**k that talentless b***h. I was a victim. I’m at the place doing my thing, I left and then I came back because I wanted me a bag. We left for like two hours, I came back. I was having a drink right, and then he just came up to me.

To which a friend on the Twitter space replied: 

“Oh yes, he just came in like Jesus. 

“He was like wah wah wah, dressed in all black right. They better not f***ing delete that evidence because I was attacked in the club. My friend said we’re going to follow this case,” Khawula added.

  
 

In the aftermath of the brawl, it seems that South Africa is standing firmly behind Ndiki, who some fans are even saying is South Africa’s only hero.

 

While radio host Anele Mdoda chimed in saying:

 

Check out some other tweets in support of Ndiki:

 

 

 


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