Half naked woman appears on Mbalula’s timeline, Twitter loses it

A picture was tweeted from Mbalula's account of a woman in lingerie, posing in a very revealing position.

FILE: Fikile Mbalula. Picture: AFP.

JOHANNESBURG - The Minster of Sports and Recreation Fikile Mbalula has once again sent Twitter into a meltdown.

A picture of a half naked woman was sent from Mbalula's account last night.

The picture was a woman in lingerie, posing in a very revealing position.

The woman in the picture was wearing black underwear and her legs were wide open.

A cropped screengrab of the picture which appeared on Fikile Mbalula's Twitter account.

The minister then sent out another tweet to say his account had been hacked.


  • RSA Min of Sport (@MbalulaFikile) January 28, 2016 But tweeters were having none of it, and started poking fun at the minister's alleged hacked post.

Fikile Mbalula: My account was hacked. cc @Sentletse #FikileMbalula pic.twitter.com/1Stae26rqX

Bab' Fikile Mbalula going through Black twitter like... pic.twitter.com/7lCs4NIrpO

Mbalula saying his account was hacked sounds like King Dalindyebo saying someone sneaked weed in his prison cell while sleeping. PLEASE!

No one hacked Mbalula's acc,the homie tweeted those images himself.The fact that he is trying to explain himself,means only one thing,GUILTY

I want to apologize to all the Hackers on behalf of Mbalula for these wrong accusations

😭😭 cc @mm_cyaah " @Macd_Thobang: Fikile Mbalula trying to explain his hacked account. pic.twitter.com/OtIxoThdyS"

Twitter: Choose your username

Fikile: Fikile

Twitter: Choose password

Fikile: Mbalula

Twitter: Password not strong

Fikile: Mbalula1


The sports minister claims he's been hacked a third time.

The picture of the woman appeared on Mbalula's timeline and was quickly deleted.

Goodmorning Twitter:

Yesterday, I wasn't online but I was alerted of a post on my Time-line. Logged on line and quickly deleted it.

He has since been tweeting frantically, saying that his account was hacked as part of a smear campaign against him.

Hackers have failed. USathana has been extinguished by the #HolyFleekness #mboro10randWater #movesAlong pic.twitter.com/Hw0irG0a09

Mbalula says this is not the first time this has happened and both his Facebook and private email accounts have also been unlawfully accessed.

The minister says attempts will be made to get to the bottom of the issue and find the hackers.