Jackie Phamotse Alleges Poisoning Led to Miscarriage, Exposes Dark Side of Influencer Industry
Author Jackie Phamotse Alleges Poisoning Led to Miscarriage, Exposes Dark Side of Influencer Industry
Jackie Phamotse, a well-known South African author, has recently come forward to reveal that she was poisoned, which led to her miscarriage last year.
During an interview with ZiMoja, Phamotse also exposed the dark side of the influencer industry, claiming that influencers are selling young girls into sxual slavery.
Phamotse stated that she had been receiving death threats and had been publicly shamed and taken to court in the past. She believes that these threats and attacks are linked to her outspokenness about the dark practices in the industry.
“I have received several death threats. I have been shamed publicly, taken to court, and most recently people tried to poison me,” she said.
“I got sick last year and had a miscarriage from being poisoned,” she added. “I was vomiting, sweating, had diarrhea, and I couldn’t sleep, to a point where I needed to go to the doctor.”
Phamotse has been vocal about the exploitative practices in the influencer industry, particularly regarding the sale of young girls into sexual slavery. She claims that influencers recruit young girls and delete all traces of their conversations on Instagram direct messages, making it difficult to trace the human trafficking back to them.
“These influencers are so greedy that they would rather sell off girls because they want to keep up with the latest car and designer bag,” she said.
Phamotse’s revelations have shocked many in South Africa, and her story has been widely covered in the media. The influencer industry is now under increased scrutiny, with many calling for more regulation and oversight to prevent the exploitation of young girls.
Phamotse also spoke about the use of black magic and witchcraft in the industry, claiming that some people in the industry use these practices to gain power and control.
“For example, when we talk about environments, in people’s houses, from the gate, something is poured at the gate. By entering the place, you have inherited some kind of mouth (black magic),” she said.
Phamotse’s story has sparked a national conversation about the influencer industry and the exploitation of young girls. Many are now calling for action to be taken to address these issues and protect vulnerable young people from being sold into sxual slavery.