Top 5 celebrities that have been back bars


We love them for being in the spot light in the entertainment industry. We follow then on social media so to see what they get up to.

Like any other human being they also undergo some unpleasant life experiences, like break ups, being divorced and broke.

However in our eyes they always seem to be living the perfect lives; which becomes sad when we read about our favourite celebrity’s unfortunate experiences like being involved in bad habits and ending up being arrested.

Here are five celebrities who have been arrested:

  1. Maggie Benedict


The former Generations actress best known for her character name Akhona was arrested in December 2013 after she was said to have stolen a pack of panado tablets from Checkers in Cresta –Johannesburg.

  1. DJ Sbu

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The King of radio, Mr Mo- Faya and DJ Sbu to his fans was also arrested for drunk driving in Randfontein. He was caught by police during a stop and search operation. He was however released a bail of R1 500.

  1. Anga “Naak Musiq” Makubalo

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The former Generations star who played the role of MJ Memela, now as Obakeng on SABC3’s Isidingo aka Naak Musiq was arrested and detained at the Bulawayo Central police station for not performing to the show he was fully paid for at Club 40 in 2013.

  1. Uyanda Mbuli


Back in 2012, businesswoman and socialite Uyanda Mbuli was also arrested for violating a court order that stopped her from having any contact with her husband Sisa Mbuli.

  1. Gareth Cliff


Radio personality, Mr Cliff Central who is also a judge on the most favourable music show Idols SA, Gareth Cliff was arrested after he was caught speeding in Pretoria, driving on 182km/h in a 120km/h zone.

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