Minnie Dlamini’s Life Threatened By Unknown Persons


Shocking details have revealed that the brain behind the “Yellow Bone Parties” – Mlungisi Mncwabe, widely known as Sjuku, once threatened media star Minnie Dlamini’s life.

Sjuku who is renowned for throwing wild parties, allegedly threatened to kill Minnie for dumping his friend Itumeleng Khune.

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Minnie’s police statement revealed these shocking details at Douglasdale police station where she opened a case of intimidation against people she simply tagged as Khune’s friends.

Though the report asserts that Minnie Dlamini’s life was being threatened by unknown people, she is strongly suspecting Khune’s friends. The likes of Sjuku; Obe Mofokeng; Vanessa Masilo and Ncumisa Maputaka were hot on her list of suspects.

This is the first time Minnie is revealing that Khune’s friend, Sjuku once threatened to kill her. The former Soccerzone presenter also cited Khune’s former squeeze Masilo in her statement.

The case, which was registered in October 2014, was still going through investigation processes. Police spokeswoman Mpho Kgasoane confirmed that the case had been opened at Douglasdale, but no arrest has been made yet.

“The matter is still under investigation and no one has been arrested yet,” she said.

Meanwhile, BuzzSouthAfrica came to the conclusion that the case was opened just a few months after Minnie dumped the Kaizer Chiefs and Bafana Bafana goalkeeper. Itu was allegedly cheating.

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Subsequently, Minnie revealed that she was once driven off the road on Malibongwe Drive, north of Joburg by an unknown motorist while she was driving from work. A white Volkswagen Golf with unknown occupants who were trying to drive her off the road, followed her.

Again, Ncumisa attacked her in the club and hit her with a bottle of beer, she revealed in the statement. Aside physical attacks, she also received an SMS written in Zulu from an unknown number, which threatened her life.