JOHANNESBURG – After taking to the airwaves to introduce a reality show known as FBK Millionaire, the CEO and founder of Forex Broker Killer institution Kgopotso Tsekeleke Mmutlane is at the receiving end of criticism.
Also known as DJ Coach, Mmutlane is the latest victim of Black Twitter backlash as many of the followers have voiced their views on the programme.
Mmutlane introduced the show that made its debut on MojaLoveTv, a Dstv Channel on 157 for the first time on Saturday, August 17, but it is severely criticised on social media platforms especially Twitter.
“#fbkmillionares is it me or these Niggas look so dirty and dodgy at the same time… There’s nothing millionaire about these dudes,” said VendaNavirdie.
On the other hand, the so-called millionaire who boasted a mansion has met contrasting reviews from another follower named Gail Mogapi.
Mogapi believes the house where the millionaires’ parents currently live in is a direct opposite of the life he is portraying on social media and on TV.
“I’m not judging but for a Millionaire who just gave that old mama a stack if R100s, clearly he’s someone who gives back….His parents house is entirely the opposite…. #fbkmillionares”
Moreover, another follower expressed displeasure on the relevancy of the television programme, questioning its purpose, suggesting it would have been good to teach the basics of forex trading.
“I thought this show was going to at least teach people the basics of forex trading but instead it’s about nothing. I really don’t get the point for this show #fbkmillionares,” remarked AndThat that.
Since the show took to the airwaves, it has been a hot topic trending on Twitter raising speculation that the show is just a pure publicity stunt.
Born in Motodi village not distant from Burgersfort town, Limpopo province, DJ Coach depicts himself as an author, serial entrepreneur, forex trader, philanthropist and one of South African’s youngest self-made millionaires.
However, some have already voiced their wishes to see the final episode of the programme whilst some argue that the show is just a ploy to scam unsuspecting people.
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In addition, some of the twitter users have gone as far as suggesting that the South African Revenue Services (SARS) should launch an investigation into Mmutlane’s life.
“#fbkmillionares, unfortunately, is pure scam and mediocrity, there will be nasty consequences on many fronts,” Noted Koncious.
“I don’t care much about these boys #fbkmillionares. I care about that grade 9 boy that’s messing up his future cos he believes this scam. Some of my learners don’t attend school cos they are “trading” expressed Mmagwe Oratile.
Meanwhile, some have called for Forex Traders to mentor Mmutlane in considering personal hygiene as some expressed dismay in the fact that he is using water bottles to wash his armpits, but the show is set to make headlines on weekends especially on social media.