The second victim is a 25-year-old woman who, like Jacob, claims to know Luzipo personally.
The woman, who refused to be named to protect her identity, said she was forced to return home after the videos went viral, adding that the incident took place in March.
(While there is another video of the incident in circulation, The Herald has decided not to share it according to the wishes of the victim).
The victim also revealed that he had not opened a case due to fear.
"At first I was afraid … I was afraid of what people would say, I was even afraid to go to the doctor because I did not want to have to say that someone I knew personally hit me.
"As the videos went viral, I went home to get away from everything."
The 25-year-old said she did not open a case because when she shouted to Luzipho during the badault that she would arrest him, he replied that he was "untouchable."
She said she was still nervous, but she was sure justice would be done.
"Now I'm home and I'll open a case."
The tweet of @asandamagaqa had caught the attention of the police with @SololiceService who was looking for Luzipho.
This is a story in development.