- Mzansi's suspicions have been confirmed with Luthando Shosha and Reason making their split official
- Fans have been speculating that there was trouble in paradise for some time and Lootlove has gone public with the news
- This comes after the pair unfollowed each other on social media last year
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Lootlove and Reason haven't been seen together in public for months and Mzansi has been stressing.
Anyone who suspected that their relationship was on the rocks when the couple unfollowed each other on social media, was right on the money.
"It's all fun and games until you're put into a position to share something you don't want to share. This happened with my pregnancy and it happening now again. To be honest, I would've preferred to not say anything, but here we are- I got contacted by Sunday Sun and I thought it would be best for me to say something to avoid being misquoted or lied about. My team and I have responded to the journalist as well."
READ ALSO: LootLove and Reason unfollow one another on social media #unbaed
Lootlove came clean on the breakup, telling followers on Instagram that the split hasn't kept them from being parents to their twins.
"Sizwe and I have separated, however, we continue to partner gracefully in raising our beautiful kids. I think anyone going through something this complex and painful, would understand why I wouldn't want anyone tohave a front-row seat to my grieving and healing but with that being said, it is importantto mention that Sizwe and I remain friends and really want to focus on raising our happy, healthy and loved up babygirls."
Briefly.co.za reported that people had started worrying about the pair when Lootlove posted the following.
"When I turned 30 I made a deal with myself to stop learning the hard way. I promised to LEARN the lesson so the toxic cycle stops repeating itself, I made a promise to find my voice and I promised to stop slowing myself down so those around me can catch up. To GROWTH!"
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