Musician Amanda Black was threatened at gunpoint by an unidentified assailant on Sunday.
A visibly shaken Amanda posted a video on Twitter where she explained what had happened: “We are here at Polokwane at the Mapungubwe Jazz Festival and there was a whole mix up with times slots. We got here on time for our time slot and literally, we were about to perform and they chased us off stage.
“This guy, I don’t even know what his name is, shouted at us. He gets angry, and he pulls out a gun. I don’t even know how to feel. He smacked one of my band members for taking pictures. This guy was allowed in, with a gun and threaten our lives.”
She captioned the video – recorded on route to the Polokwane police station: “This guy followed us to the car and smacked one of my band members and threatened us with a gun for taking a video of him.”
The Amazulu singer went on to write: “I’ve truly never been so scared in my life. The reason I posted was because you guys never see what happens backstage.”
We were about to perform at the Mapungubwe Festival in Polokwane at the cricket club. We were literally chased off stage , and this guy followed us to the car and smacked one of my band members and threatened us with a gun for taking a video of him. We are at the @PolokwaneSAPS. pic.twitter.com/lnFdi64hJe
— Amanda Black 🇿🇦 (@AmandaBlackSA) 10 December 2017