Lol, Lerato Kganyago is no longer living next to the president

Lol, Lerato Kganyago is no longer living next to the president

- A few days ago, TV and radio personality Lerato Kganyago claimed President Cyril Ramaphosa was her next-door neighbour

- The Metro FM presenter and club DJ is now playing a different tune

- She left many confused on social media on Wednesday night when she revealed she has since moved out

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Lerato Kganyago has left Mzansi confused following her surprise revelation that she was no longer President Cyril Ramaphosa's neighbour.

The radio and TV personality recently bragged about the president being her next-door neighbour when he stole the hearts of the citizens with his Covid-19 nation's address.

She even went on to claim that Ramaphosa's motorcade drives past her gate.

The confusing part to her story is that it's only been a few days after her claim but the DJ is now playing a different tune.

She is now saying that she has since moved out.

The Metro FM presenter surprised many when she told a tweep that she no longer lives next to the president.

Social media user, @Vuyo_Unchained, had asked Lerato whether Ramaphosa had left his house on Wednesday night as he was expected to address the nation later on.

Lerato replied:

"I don't know I've since moved out."

Another tweep, @sam_you2, asked Lerato:

"Did you really or you've since regretted telling the tweeps and are now trying to sway us?"

The DJ replied:

"I did hun."

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Peeps who saw Lerato's interaction with @Vuyo_Unchained couldn't help it but comment with the face with tears of joy emojis.

Briefly.co.za reported that the stunner has been working hard behind the scenes on her own sanitary pads line. She took to social media to share the final product with her followers. She revealed that her first batch of pads will be shipped to women in impoverished rural communities for free.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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