Andile KaMajola (Instagram)
"I've been receiving phone calls from concerned people asking if I'm okay. Some wanted to deposit money, saying I had been robbed," he says.
"Last week, I received a phone call from a woman who insisted on helping me. She said a person said I had been robbed at the Swaziland border gate. Later, another person called saying my car was broken into and people had stolen my passport and money," he adds.
He says he has tried to open a case with the police several times but has been turned away, with police saying they cannot help him if he is not actually robbed.
The musician is the latest gospel singer to have his name used in a similar scam, after incidents were reported by Rebecca Malope and Deborah Fraser last year (more on that here).
So next time Andile's number calls you, just be like...