Sisterhood: Pearl Modiadie defends Lerato Kganyago from troll

Sisterhood: Pearl Modiadie defends Lerato Kganyago from troll

- Pearl Modiadie has come to Lerato Kganyago's defence after someone tried to troll her

- The social media user had a go at LKG's failed marriage but Pearl would have none of it

- The pregnant media personality quickly disciplined the rude social media user

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Pearl Modiadie has come out in defence of Lerato Kganyago after a troll made fun of her failed marriage. Lerato has been in the headlines after the scandal of her divorce with Thami Ndala trended. Pearl was quick to tell the hater to mind their own business.

Lerato Kganyago has had to fend off ridicule after her failed marriage with ex Thami Ndala went public. A troll tried to have a go at her again but Pearl Modiadie would not let it fly. Modiadie's initial post was about how her bae, whom she is expecting a child with, had stopped smoking. She gushed about how the cigarette ban had helped the mystery man quit. A social media then responded to the post by telling her to keep hiding her boo lest she end up like LKG.

The preggie celeb did not let the troll get away with the comment, saying:

"And it has nothing to do with you! Don’t bring other people down on my timeline and comments section! This is a positive space."

Yes to sisterhood!

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Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that fans were shocked to learn of Lerato Kganyago's marriage coming to an end. Mzansi were divided on the topic. Taking to Instagram, the Metro FM presenter announced that her very new marriage of two months is over. 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.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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