Teenager In Cell Brags About Being Untouchable After Allegedly Murdering An 18-Year-Old Student

Teenager In Cell Brags About Being Untouchable After Allegedly Murdering An 18-Year-Old Student. A teenager who is reportedly claimed to have done numerous crimes, including the killing of a grade 12 learner.

A teenager who is reportedly claimed to have done numerous crimes, including the killing of a grade 12 learner has caused chaos on social media. The teenager put social media users in quite of a craze after he posted a video of him bragging that he would be out of jail and he will be causing more chaos. The ‘sowetan’ reports that the teenager, who is 17 years old from Seshego in Limpopo, was apprehended for killing an 18-year-old learner when he was on bail for rape.

A video recording of him in a jail cell made rounds on the internet. In the video recording he stated that he would come out soon because he was untouchable. “Round two, I have been arrested for the second time. You know what guys, inside prison is tough. You thought life was easy. However, I am going to be fine, I’m coming back soon and I will show you s**t,” says the 17-year-old. He was due to court on Tuesday at the Seshego magistrate’s court with a link in the killing of Thoriso Kgomo.

The police officials and the centre where he was kept at don’t know anything about the video. Brigadier Motlafela Mojapelo says the video recording wasn’t shot in jail cells. The brigadier reportedly said the video recording was shot at a centre that he was using. She carried on saying that inmates are not allowed in the cells with mobile devices. The Limpopo department of social development spokesperson, Witness Tiva, said the video was not shot at the centre because at the time he was not under them. Witness Tiva says, “The video started circulating January 5, before the minor was brought into our custody. He was brought to us on January 7.”

by Alexandra Ramaite

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