- Khanyi Mbau recently did a podcast and opened up with more deets about Mandla Mthembu
- She detailed her controversial relationship with the former multi-millionaire
- Social media users were impressed by how well she narrated the story
Khanyi Mbau is spilling all of the tea about her relationship with sugar daddy Mandla Mthembu. The media personality was dubbed a gold digger after the pair went public with their relationship.
The starlet is often subjected to below-the-belt remarks because of her lifestyle choices but remains unfazed. In a recent Podcast interview with MacG, Mbau gave details of her relationship with the then-millionaire Mandla Mthembu.
Many were impressed with what an incredible story-teller she was. She kept listeners reeled in as she relayed stories of her misadventures with the much older man.
The pair met when she was only 19 years old. According to Mbau, Mthembu made the first move. He impressed her with his lavish lifestyle that Khanyi wanted to be a part of. Mbau went on to say that the couple were not intimate for quite some time because Mthembu did not want to rush things.
The juicy interview had Khanyi trending on social media. Many could not get enough of her and wanted to hear more. Twitter user shireenhlalele said:
"I've always loved how honest she is about her life. Not that she owes us the public anything..."
"It’s so amazing how she was judged so harshly for living her truth back then yet you can see how content she is with that part of her life."
"Doesn't get tired of talking about this over and over again? She wants to keep reminding us she "invented" the blesser-blessee culture."
"A good lesson for all men, wisen up. Get a woman who will love you for who you are and spoil her. If she loves you she will advise on how to spend money wisely."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that lockdown has everyone on edge and moms Khanyi Mbau and Uyanda Mbuli are no exception. The two ladies are adamant that their children shouldn't return to school until the threat of Covid-19 is over. Khanyi Mbau posted a petition about it on Twitter and Uyanda backed her up.
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