Lerato K's Behind the Story interview gives tweeps serious feels

Lerato K's Behind the Story interview gives tweeps serious feels

Lerato Kganyago dropped her walls and gave fans a peak at the real her on the recent episode of Behind the Story with Pearl Thusi.

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Kganyago is not a woman who wears her heart on her sleeve, and as Times LIVE reported she rarely makes herself vulnerable of media platforms.

However, on her episode of Behind the Story with Pearl Thusi, she opened up about everything, including her miscarriages.

Briefly.co.za learned the South African beauty had two miscarriages and until this day, she continues to pray that God heals her.

While speaking about kids, Kganyago said she experiences moments where she would ‘zone out’ and want to be by herself. But, then she sometimes asks God for someone she could hold in her hands.

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Her heart-breaking story struck a chord with social media users, who took to Twitter to share their opinions on her #BehindTheStory episode.

“#BehindTheStory when @leratokganyago said ’You can't change an individual, you can't change the way a person sees you.’ I felt that”, @Kgashane_Kamo wrote on Twitter.
Mamello Mokoena added, “Ow Rato @leratokganyago I still weep hard when you mention your experience and hoping to holding small one in your arms. Some way or another God will come through like you said.”

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