The post had been retweeted more that 7000 times and had been liked more than 22000 times by yesterday afternoon.
When first contacted, Mokoena claimed his client was offered protection by Cele. "The tweet is correct. They are trying to protect her."
However, when he was called back to say Cele's office had denied this, he said Cele had advised that Babes should get a protection order.
Ndlovu's manager Vusi Ndlovu declined to comment, saying questions regarding the matter should be directed to the SABC.
The public broadcaster's spokesman, Kaizer Kganyago, refused to comment on issues regarding Ndlovu's tweet.
However, Kganyago said Ndlovu did nothing wrong during the interview despite that some people had complained Babes had been ambushed.
He said issues raised
during the interview were
already in the public domain and Ndlovu had taken the opportunity to get clarity from Babes. "It was a good thing that she raised the issue at this time."
Attempts to reach Mampintsha were unsuccessful as his phone went unanswered.
However, he released a statement on Saturday denying the allegations.