Papgeld drama: TV presenter runs for dear life when baby mama corners him over child support

Papgeld drama: TV presenter runs for dear life when baby mama corners him over child support

- Karabo was lured into what he thought was a job interview

- However, it turned to be the No Excuses: Pay Your Papgeld TV show

- Upon realising it, he literally ran from the scene

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A TV presenter with CNBC Africa, Karabo Letlhatlha, literally ran for his dear life when his baby mama cornered him over maintenance of their six-year-old son.

The woman, who cannot be named for legal reasons, approached the No Excuses: Pay Your Papgeld show on Maja Love TV, Briefly.co.za learned.

This is because Karabo allegedly failed to pay child maintenance for three years despite earning R40,000 a month.

Karabo (in blue suit) ran from the scene when he realised what was going on. Source: Sowetan Live

Karabo (in blue suit) ran from the scene when he realised what was going on. Source: Sowetan Live

According to Sowetan Live, the show's producers lured Karabo to a Sandton hotel under the pretext of interviewing him for a lucrative job.

However, he took off upon realising he had been tricked. The show's presenter, Moss Makwati, and the TV crew gave chase and caught up with him.

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Karabo (left) with Moss Makwati after surrendering. Source: Sowetan Live

Karabo (left) with Moss Makwati after surrendering. Source: Sowetan Live

Karabo's baby mama said:

He then agreed to sit down to discuss the matter and he said he was not paying maintenance because I was refusing him access to his child.

However, Karabo later contradicted himself, saying that he wasn't paying because he wanted a paternity test to confirm the child is indeed his.

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The TV presenter finally agreed that there should be a meeting between his parents and the baby mama's parents. However, he didn't commit to paying the maintenance.

According to the woman, a Johannesburg family court assessed that Karabo could pay R4,000 a month. To her astonishment, he turned at the second hearing with bank statements showing car payments of R8,000 a month.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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