The latest news about Menzi Ngubane is that he is alive and not dead. Menzi Ngubane is very much alive, Contrary to the reports that he has passed away.
The fake news about Menzi Ngubane death came after Menzi Ngubane released a statement saying he was recovering, fake death reports started spreading via a fake ENCA site.
Using his official twitter The actor immediately dispelled the report that he is not dead, stating that he is very much alive. He asked for help to stop the “barbaric behavior”. This is not the first time that he has been declared dead by social media.
Menzi Ngubane responded in a series of tweets via his twitter handle “FAKE NEWS‼️❗️❗️❗️I’VE REPORTED THIS PERSON, PLEASE HELP ME STOP THIS BARBARIC BEHAVIOR” he tweeted.
— @MenziNgubaneZA (@menzingubaneza) May 26, 2020
His family were responding to media reports about the actor being hospitalized for kidney transplant related problems over the weekend and the response to this news by fans on social media.
The Family had also in May 26 2020 released a statement on reports spreading on social media that the actor is critically ill.
The Family of Menzi Ngubane notes with concern the recent spread of social media reports that our father and husband, Menzi Ngubane is critically ill.
The Family is also aware that due to the spread of this inaccurate and unverified news, his fans have even gone as far as sending their messages of his speedy recovery on social media, spawning an unwarranted social media panic. We understand their concerns and support for Menzi, but as the family, we appeal to South Africans to refrain from spreading news that have not been verified and confirmed by the family.
“I would like to confirm that my husband is recovering from support and recuperating after doctors were concerned about his health” said Skie Ngubane.
We are aware that South Africans are concerned about his health and would like to thank them for their prayers and appeal to them to respect hospital/doctor patient confidentiality. Menzi wishes to take this opportunity to fully recover and get back to work as soon as possible.