More than four cop cars surrounded his white BMW 320i and forced him out!
He was on his way from his home in KwaMashu, north of Durban, to open a show for US rapper Kendrick Lamar at the Wavehouse in Umhlanga.
Zakwe saidhe was scared he would get involved in a police drama like Khuli Chana when he was stopped on the N2.
A source said: “Ntokozo was so shocked he couldn’t stand straight. He pleaded with the cops for mercy. When they realised who he was, they let him leave without searching his car.”
Zakwe said he first noticed four cars following him on the N2 to Gateway.
Later, more police cars came from the opposite direction and stopped him.
“There was drama, sirens and blaring,” Zakwe said.
The cops told him there had been a robbery at the Bridge City Shopping Centre earlier in the day and they were looking for four suspects.
A policeman who was at the scene said: “It was a coincidence. Four people were reported to have been in possession of guns. They had terrorised people and were driving the same car model that he was also driving.”
Captain Thulani Zwane advised Zakwe to contact his nearest station commander and open a case.
Independent Police Investigative Directorate spokesman, Moses Dlamini, said Zakwe could open a case against cops for pointing a firearm at him and sue them.