A Sunday tabloid recently reported that security guard Musa Gumbi says he fears for his own safety, after he was physically assaulted by Anga and two of his friends
The trio were allegedly having a very loud and raucous party at the former Generations actor’s house, and became violent when the guard went over to follow up a noise complaint from his neighbours.
But according to The Juice, Anga has denied beating up the guard, who also said he laid assault charges after they merely confronted him verbally.
The Juice received a statement from Anga’s PR team, which reads: “The assault accusations against the security guard are false. He himself knows that. We were having a gathering at my place the night before. The next day we got reported for making a noise, usually the security guard comes two or three times to tell us that we are making a noise. He didn’t come at all. So we went to confront him the next day.
“He later went to Daily Sun weeks after it happened saying that he wants to bring me down”
“Yes, my friends and I were really upset, especially knowing that we didn’t even get a warning, but we did not touch that man. We left the incident after telling him that from that day onwards we would no longer communicate with him.”
“Few minutes later he calls armed response and accuses us of beating him up, he was so determined to get us in trouble. He later went to Daily Sun weeks after it happened saying that he wants to bring me down. Right now he is facing disciplinary action at his work place for lying and also going to the papers without letting his employer know,” the statement continues.
The actor also stated that the man in question isn’t actually qualified to be a security guard, and that he’s also been working under a fake name
Anga was best known for his former role as Mawande Memela’s son MJ in Generations.
Also a musician, he, in 2014, released his first album, Love & Music, under his musical alias of NaakMusiQ
Author: Team Talk