DJ Oskido had tweeples scratching their heads when he shared a picture of DJ Zinhle in a wedding dress.
While the 'My Name Is' producer looks gorgeous in the wedding dress, Twitter quickly balanced that the pictures Oskido posted were most likely for an upcoming music video.
Twitter's weigh in seems logical since the picture was shared on Oskido Twitter account and not Zinhle's.
he be trying to pull the Casper card😂😂😂, we now know better than to fall for fake news pic.twitter.com/SstvjHMhBE— #SwatiFlame🇸🇿 (@DlaminiNana1) May 14, 2018
We fell for Bontle and Priggy's PR stunt, not again shame. So o re when is the video coming out? pic.twitter.com/oYzObkowcN— Anesu (@Nzuri_Boitlotlo) May 14, 2018
O tswa neng video 😅😅 pic.twitter.com/BAuIOqrEUh— Motaung Wa Ramokhele (@Mathabo__M) May 14, 2018
This is PR strategy.😁 pic.twitter.com/3I1OOWV8YE— Thabiso😉😙 (@ThabzHD) May 14, 2018
Not this again😏 pic.twitter.com/9v5vdoUjGN— eMoji K.🐐 (@MojiKhauhelo) May 14, 2018
This is not the first time local musicians used misleading imagery to generate hype for an upcoming release.
Last year, Priddy Ugly and Bontle Modiselle did a similar publicity stunt for the music of 'I Do' by LaSauce posting fake engagement and wedding photos.