Uyangthanda Na?: Tweeps knew that Bra Kilo’s crush only wanted data

Uyangthanda Na?: Tweeps knew that Bra Kilo’s crush only wanted data

Well, the latest episode of ‘Uyangthanda Na?’ got very awkward when Bra Kilo revealed that he had never met his crush in person, he has only spoken to her over Facebook and it was pretty much downhill from there.

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Tweeps did not think that things would ever work out between and it turns out that they were right.

Bra Kilo started talking to a woman on Facebook and promised to buy her data in exchange for her number, from then on, they began texting each other on Whatsapp.

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Briefly.co.za learned that after this revelation, tweeps knew that she just wanted to be blessed with data and had no other interest in Bra Kilo.

His crush immediately shut Bra Kilo down when he told her that he wanted a relationship.

TimesLIVE reports that even when she told him that she had a boyfriend, Bra Kilo didn’t let this stop him and begged her to let him be her side guy. She even told him that she only agreed to meet him because he never gave her the data as promised.

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Some tweeps felt sorry him, especially since he almost died in a car crash and was trying to live life to the fullest.

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