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Zimbabwean-born rapper send R20 000 and flowers to Dr Nandipha Magudumana


Dr Nandipha Magudumana receives R20k from Vergil

In a surprising move, Zimbabwean-born rapper Vergil has caught the attention of many by sending R20,000 along with a bouquet of flowers to Dr Nandipha. Known for flaunting his wealth on social media, Vergil shared this gesture on his Instagram stories, claiming that every woman deserves money and flowers. This act has sparked a wide range of reactions and discussions online.

Vergil’s Instagram account has images and videos of Dr Nandipha Magudumana, raising questions about his motives. Recently, he released a track titled “Free Nandipha,” which he is actively promoting across his social platforms.

Additionally, he posted photos of himself wearing a T-shirt emblazoned with the same slogan. Whether this is part of a promotional strategy for his music or merchandise remains a topic of speculation among his followers.

Dr Nandipha is currently incarcerated after being apprehended alongside her boyfriend, Thabo Bester, who had previously escaped from prison. The pair faces charges including evasion of law enforcement, k!dnapping, and fraud. Their legal proceedings are ongoing as they remain in custody.

Vergil’s decision to send money and flowers to Dr Nandipha has elicited varied responses from the public. Social media is abuzz with comments, reflecting opinions on his controversial act.

Here are a few reactions from Instagram:

they need to remove that “Zimbabwean” and just put his name cause iss not make sure

Does he have a family, I mean parents and siblings?


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