Disgraced author Jackie Phamotse is reportedly seeking legal advice following calls for her controversial book, "Bare: The Blesser's Game", to be removed from shelves.
It would be responsible of @ExclusiveBooks to recall @JackiePhamotse ‘s book BARE.She misled society by passing on fiction as real.The court affidavit she submitted bears reference.Those who bought the books must be refunded
Speaking to TshisaLive, Phamotse said that she's admitted the book is part-fictional and never claimed that her book was a biography.
"I have never once said my book is a biography. I never said it is non-fiction. I have explained and I maintain that my book is based on a true story. My story. The book is under novels at Exclusive Books, and all other bookstores, because it is not a memoir," she said.
The social media backlash comes after the Randburg Magistrate's Court ruled that Phamotse - author of the book "Bare" - harassed businesswoman Basetsana Kumalo in a tweet earlier this year.
Kumalo laid a harassment charge against Phamotse after she tweeted: “Just overheard a painful conversation, a Female TV mogul...Pleading with one of my girls to not share videos of her drunk and her husband rim**ng a celebrity boy!!!!!!!!! What the hell!!!! Kanti what kind of marriages do we have now!!! I have asked to see this video (sic).”