Sithelo Shozi-Image Source(Instagram)Sithelo Shozi-Image Source(Instagram)

Andile Mpisane’s baby mama, influencer, and The Masked Singer SA judge, Sithelo Shozi, is in the midst of a legal dispute with an online furniture store, Nisa WLLCKX Interiors. This controversy stems from allegations that she referred to the store as a “fraud” on her Instagram account, followed by one million users, as reported by Sunday World.

The Cease-and-Desist Letter

According to Sunday World, Sithelo Shozi received a cease-and-desist letter from the furniture store after expressing her frustration over a delayed order. In August, she reportedly made a substantial payment of R17,800 for a marble table, which was initially promised to be delivered within six to eight weeks. However, when the table failed to arrive on time, Shozi allegedly requested a refund and subsequently vented her dissatisfaction on her popular social media platform, openly criticizing the store.

In a caption accompanying an image of the ordered table, Shozi was quoted as warning her followers, saying, “Please be warned! Don’t make the mistake of ever ordering any pieces from this fraudulent furniture operation.”

More About Sithelo Shozi

Sithelo shozi and Andile
Sithelo shozi and Andile Mpisane – Image Source@Instagram

Sithelo Shozi, known as the baby mama of Andile Mpisane, the chairman of the Royal AM football club, has become a prominent figure in the world of influencers and social media. Despite her break-up with her wealthy baby daddy in December 2021, she was allegedly linked to another affluent individual who reportedly gifted her a luxurious vehicle, as reported by ZiMoja.

However, sources close to the matter suggest that her new suitor abruptly ended the relationship when she allegedly demanded a mansion instead of the apartment he had offered, leaving her aspirations for grandeur unfulfilled.

In summary, Sithelo Shozi finds herself in a legal predicament as she faces a demand from Nisa WLLCKX Interiors to delete her post and issue an apology by Thursday, 5 October. This incident has raised questions about the power of social media influencers and the consequences of their public statements.

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