Media personality Mihlali Ndamase recently took to Twitter to state that her R7 000 wig was allegedly stolen while at the airport.
In a thread on Twitter, Mihlali claimed her luggage was broken into after booking into a flight on British Airways while her manager’s bag was tampered with. According to TimesLive, while she did not go into detail on everything taken, she alleged her wig worth R7 000 was missing.
The 24-year-old later alleged that this was not her first first incident with the airline.
“First this airline owes me money from December from an error someone made internally while doing my booking telephonically, now someone broke my cable and stole my wig. Lady at baggage enquiries is telling me they aren’t held liable because it’s a wig? Balance me, please,” she wrote on Twitter.
British Airways did later respond on Twitter saying the incident was concerning and they will contact her directly.
“If I don’t get my refund and wig money I’m bringing it back to the TL, these companies love talking privately after doing k*k,” she reposnded.
According to Kaya FM, one tweep advised her to email the CEO of British Airways to get a response. “Email the CEO, my friend did it and got her money back within a week.”
Earlier this year, Mihlali was on fine form while partying the weekend away, popping bottles and busting out some sensational moves. You know what they say: ‘If you’ve got it, flaunt it’ – and SA’s best-known make-up artist is a big subscriber to that philosophy:
However, with millions of followers across her Instagram and Twitter pages, a Twitter post, didn’t impress Mihlali all that much:
“Luckily you never have to worry about that because I’m not yours and I’ll never belong to an insecure pr*ck like you,” Mihlale clapped back.