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South African home affairs minister apologizes after his s*xtape leaks

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Home Affairs minister of South Africa, Malusi Gigaba has taken to his social media page to give a plea to the general public after a sex tape of him was released online.

According to the minister, he was legally intercepted on a particular day and that was when his device which contained an explicit video of himself and his wife, was stolen from him.

He took to his page to write,

My wife and I have learned, with regret and sadness, that a video containing material of a sexual nature, meant for our eyes only, which was stolen when my communication got illegally intercepted/my phone got hacked, in 2016/17, is circulating among certain political figures… This video has been at the centre of a number of blackmail and extortion attempts, dating back to the period immediately following my appointment as Minister of Finance, on 21 March 2017, all of which I have steadfastly refused to entertain… These blackmail/extortion attempmts as well as teh illegal interception of my communication/hacking of my phone have all been reported to the relevant law enforcement/intelligence agencies and I am advised that the resultant investigations are still continuing…

I take this opportunity to publicly apologise, in advance, to the rest of my family – especially my kids, my mom and my in-laws – and the south African public for the pain and embarrassment the likely wider distribution of this privae material will cause… I hope our nation will, someday, constructively engage with the question of whether it is correcnt to condone and promote the gross invasion of the privacy of others by distributing such material, more especially in the clear absence of a public interest justification.

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