Rhythm City’s Mbali Zakwe (Sindiswa) and actress Eve Rasimeni beat up caretaker with a sjambok

Rhythm City’s Mbali Zakwe (Sindiswa) and actress Eve Rasimeni beat up caretaker with a sjambok

Rhythm City's Mbali Zakwe (Sindiswa) and actress Eve Rasimeni beat up caretaker with a sjambok

Two on-screen characters were captured by Midrand police for supposedly sjamboking the overseer of their complex after a contention over noisy music on Friday.

Eve Rasimeni, who depicts “Dikki” in the e.tv show Z’bondiwe and Mbali Zakwe, who plays “Sindiswa” in the e.tv arrangement Rhythm City, were accused of attack and endeavor to cause offensive real damage after the battle turned brutal and the police were brought in.

Rasimeni affirmed the capture to Sunday World while she was outside the police headquarters.

She said she was commending her birthday at her Sandridge condo around 12pm, when overseer raged in and advised her to turn down her music since it was excessively boisterous.

She expressed that she wasn’t damaging the intricate guidelines which specifies that occupants can’t play boisterous music just from 10pm.

Rhythm City's Mbali Zakwe (Sindiswa) and actress Eve Rasimeni beat up caretaker with a sjambok

The overseer is accounted for to have left and later he purportedly remove the power gracefully.

“I at that point took a sjambok and went to his office, Mbali tailed me. At the point when we showed up in the workplace, the lady who works with the overseer began shooting Mbali. That is when serious trouble come to the surface,” clarified Rasimeni.

“Mbali attempted to expel the camera from her face and the battle resulted between them. That is the point at which we began sjamboking them. The overseer punched me, snatched the

sjambok from me, and began beating me with it.”

The entertainers were captured and later discharged on bail. They came back to the police headquarters yesterday to lay counter charges. Rasimeni and Zakwe are required to show up in the Midrand officer’s court .

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