It seems to be a trend. A celebrity posts their newborn baby and suddenly, fake Instagram accounts crop up.
It already happened to Minnie Dlamini-Jones, and now it's local rapper Kwesta and his wife Yolanda Vilakazi who have become victims of such.
The couple recently shared a picture of their second daughter who was born on 11 November. Within days, five fake Instagram accounts were opened in her name.
Kenya Elihle Vilakazi isn't even 10 days old.
Yolanda has slammed the anonymous people who keep opening fake Instagram accounts in her daughter's name. She sees it as a violation of her family's privacy.
“My child is barely even a week old. Who told y'all I needed help creating a page for her? If I was going to (which I absolutely was not and will not) I'm quite capable of doing it myself, on my terms as her mom. Habe Ukuphapha! Ukugula! Super pissed,” Yolanda wrote on her Instagram stories.
Minnie Dlamini-Jones has also slammed fake accounts created under her sons name, Netha Makhosini Jones, and has shared that as a result of it she will not sharing any pictures of her son.
“My child does not and will not have a social media account until I say so. Please don't follow fake account. I will not be posting any of his images as a result of this,” Minnie also wrote on her Instagram stories after sharing a picture of her son, a day after giving birth.
The mother of Cassper Nyovest's son Thobeka has also announced that the couple don't plan on opening an Instagram account for their son or putting him on social media.