- Lerato Kganyago took to Instagram to announce that her marriage of less than two months has come to an end
- According to the controversial Twitter account Man's Not Barry Roux, Thami Ndlala is allegedly a fraudster
- Man's Not Barry Roux claims that Lerato and Thami are married in community of property but Thami does not have any property
Fans got such a shock when they read a message from Lerato Kganyago. Taking to Instagram yesterday, the Metro FM presenter announced that her very new marriage of two months is over.
It has only been two months since the much-publicised traditional wedding took place. Family and friends came together to witness the couple join in marriage.
Briefly.co.za knows that Lerato did not go into too many details with regards to the split. She did, however, say that their different priorities and workloads led to them not being able to invest in their relationship.
Once the sad news was divulged, social media dubbed the marriage between Lerato and Thami the shortest marriage in Mzansi.
The 37-year-old has asked that people respect their privacy during this difficult time. She also indicated that social media users must be aware that there is a fake Thami account doing the rounds.
So often when things like this happen and are revealed to the public, you generally see people giving their comments and opinions. With the news dominating Twitter, the notorious tweeter, Man’s Not Barry Roux, was quick to jump in and give his view on why the couple split.
The controversial tweeter passed a comment that Thami Ndlala is supposedly a fraudster. The tweeter went on to say that Thami allegedly defrauded numerous retired folk of their investments. It is said that apparently Thami promised them a good return on their money through his forex trading company.
Taking it one step further, Man's Not Barry Roux states that the couple are married in community of property. He also claims that Thami has no property.
Not stopping there, the tweeter went on to claim that Thami Ndlala is in possession of two South African Identity books. It is also alleged that Thami was not truthful to Lerato about his age. With him having two IDs, he told Lerato he was born in 1981 when in actual fact he was born in 1988. Lertato recently found out the truth when she stumbled upon the 1981 ID.
The allegations just keep on coming. The house Thami claims he owns in one of the wealthiest suburbs in Johannesburg is also a lie. Lerato was also totally unaware, until recently, of the three children Thami allegedly fathered.
Daily Sun has stated that Ndlala will have to appear in court in July.
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