ENTERTAINMENT NEWS - Fitness trainer Sbahle Mpisane has finally opened up about the struggles she has been having with amnesia since her accident in August last year.
The TV star trended on social media on Monday night after posting a live Instagram video of her singing and dancing along to Beyonce’s Love On Top and thanked her doctors for helping her regain bits of her memory.
“Wow I remember lyrics now. Wow my brain treatment really worked. I love my doctors,” said Sbahle.
But South Africans accused her of faking her amnesia, questioning how she remembered lyrics of the song. They accused her of being a “murderer” who was hiding behind claims of having lost her memory.
In her defence, “sad” Sbahle penned a lengthy Instagram post explaining that she never faked it and that she was still struggling with recollecting her past experiences. Accusations of being a “murderer” did not hurt her any more because she knew her truth, said Sbahle.
“With sadness I have watched, especially today, how I am vilified, brandished a ‘murderer’ of an unknown passenger in my car and faking my amnesia. At first your words stung, but I felt no pain as my truth is known by God, the legal system and those that were the first responders to an accident scene I still have no recollection of,” she said.
Sbahle said she woke up from a three-week coma thinking she had fallen down the stairs at her high school, adding that she was still struggling with remembering some of her friends.