- Mzansi publicist, Lerato Sengadi, has finally addressed the accusations against her regarding her late husband, HHP's inheritance
- She was recently interviewed on Tebello Mosthswane's YouTube channel, where she spilled the tea
- Lerato claims she has always been an independent influencer who made her own money, and the drama was not about her wanting HHP's cash
Hip Hop Pantsula’s (HHP) wife, Lerato Sengadi, is exhausted of all the accusations that she is trying to get her hands on as much of her husband’s estate as possible. She finally decided to set the record straight.
Lerato opened up about the accusations in an interview with Tebello Mosthwane on YouTube, AKA Your Sister in Law. She said the accusations were made by members of the Tambo family who feel as if she is trying to have her way with HHP’s hard-earned money.
Since the muso died in 2018, there have been numerous clashes that have taken place between his Lerato and her former in-laws. The family had refused to recognise their marriage as a legitimate one and they believe that Lerato is now only in it for financial gain.
According to ZAlebs, the famous publicist sat down with Tebello and denied the accusations, saying she wasn’t about the money.
“They know better, that I’m not about the money. They know very well that I’ve never asked for his money. In our relationship, money was never the root of it. I have a very good career. I have my own things going on. I’ve always been financially sound. They know it’s not money… the fact that I worked for my husband for a decade without even a single paycheque.”
The interview reminded Mzansi of Lerato’s recent post in which she clarified her role as an influential figure of South African society.
“I stood up against patriarchy! I’ve been villianised, shame and lied about all because I chose to fight! But I DON’T CARE! Because I refuse to be abused by a man!
“So next time you ask yourself “Is Lerato an influencer?”, the answer is YES! Yes I am! I’m influencing where it counts. I am influencing the law of the Republic of South Africa to protect the least cared about species on the planet – WOMEN!”
About a month ago, Briefly.co.za reported that HHP's widow - and also a well-known publicist - had opened up about something traumatic that happened to her.
While it may have seemed like a small thing to others, it was painful and reminded her that her soulmate was no longer there.
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