- Dineo Langa took to social media to share important advice with her fans
- The actress urged her fans to pray for healthy relationships
- Dineo said there was too many people wanting to ruin others happiness to feel better about themselves
Mzansi actress, Dineo Langa, took to social media to urge her fans to pray for healthy relationships.
Dineo’s relationship with rapper Solo has been in the spotlight since she announced that they are gearing up for their white wedding soon.
She tweeted: “Pray for your happy relationship guys. Too many people are desperate for your misery just to make themselves feel better about their sh***y lives. They’re even willing to convert your story into bald-faced lies.”
According to TshisaLive, Dineo and Solo are known to keep their love life private but recently spoke to True Love magazine about their preparations for their white wedding and their journey into ubungoma.
The couple revealed how they were called to be traditional healers and had paid lobola for each other to avoid friction between their ancestral families.
“A message was conveyed to me through a dream, saying we first had to get our ancestors acquainted with each other. This would, in turn, help them coexist peacefully going forward,” said Solo to the magazine.
Unfortunately, Dineo had blocked several people from viewing her tweets, hence we could not see the reactions from her fans to this particular tweet.
Meanwhile, recently Briefly.co.za reported that Dineo Moeketsi Langa is a newly-married woman who ain’t about to take nonsense from no man. The spicy Mzansi actress expressed her disgust in men who hit on married women.
Solo and Dineo have been together for several years now and continue to fall deeper in love with each passing day. The newly-weds got married in an intimate traditional ceremony, but they still have a white wedding on the way.
Briefly.co.za knows that Dineo takes no ‘ish, especially when it comes to men disrespecting her. Nothing stops a man from passing a comment these days besides a woman with an on point clap-back.
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