- Letoya Makhene has clapped back at a troll who criticised her relationship with Lebo Keswa
- The peep suggested that a heartbreak by a man drove Letoya into the arms of another woman, Lebo
- The actress said "it's boss lady tendencies" that led her to the new relationship with Lebo
Letoya Makhene has lashed out at a peep who suggested that a heartbreak by a man made her a lesbian.
The troll commented on Letoya's post about a nice surprise her new bae, businesswoman Lebo Keswa, left in her dressing room.
Lebo brought Letoya a bouquet of flowers while she was on the set of a new project she is not willing to name yet. The actress then took to Instagram to post that: "I'm the luckiest girl in the world!"
Social media user, isabrad83, then commented on the singer's post:
"Na mara ke eng Letoya? From giving birth to this. Hehehehe, I fear the man who broke your heart to pieces shem,” said the person.
The former Generations: The Legacy star quickly clapped back:
"In case you haven't noticed, @lebokeswa and I have single-handedly shut down ignorant fools like yourself. Yes. I've had kids from two different men and now I'm with a woman... Who's boss? You assume that it's hurt that's gotten me here??? No honey, it's boss lady tendencies that have gotten me to right where I should be. I'm happy... Are you? You need to check yourself, fool."
Lebo also responded sarcastically to the troll's comment.
"I'm very grateful to that man," she said.
Lebo then advised Letoya not to reply to "ghosts".
"My Love why do you even bother to answer ghosts. As I always say to you misery loves company. I love you and the kids unconditionally. Let him go and eat cake for all I care."
The stunner's followers also advised her to focus on her real fans and ignore trolls.
Briefly.co.za has reported that Letoya's relationship grabbed headlines earlier this month when it was revealed she's found love in the arms of Lebo.
However, the star had nothing to worry about as her dad, veteran singer Blondie Makhene, has given his blessing.
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