- Lerato Kganyago has opened up about her financial woes amid the Covid-19 lockdown
- The Metro FM presenter told a tweep that she is struggling to make money because she is not getting any deejaying gigs during this period
- The stunner said she makes most of her money through deejaying and uses it to buy most of her assets
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Scores of Mzansi peeps have opened up about their financial struggles during the Covid-19 lockdown.
Many of them have used social media to ask for food from people they think still have healthy bank balances.
The lockdown has not only affected the incomes of ordinary South Africans but some celebrities as well.
Lerato Kganyago is the latest fan fave to open up about her money woes and how the lockdown has affected her finances.
A tweep had assumed that the stunner and the rest of Mzansi celebs can still afford a good life amid the pandemic. The tweep suggested that the Covid-19 pandemic had not made a "huge impact" on the entertainers' lives.
The Metro FM presenter and club DJ explained that she was also struggling financially because her deejaying gigs were cancelled when the lockdown began.
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The stunner said she makes most of her money through deejaying. The media personality said her other businesses have been affected as well as she uses the money she makes from deejaying to keep them afloat.
"I’m not getting gigs! And that’s where most of my money comes from? I need to restock and run my businesses and I use deejaying money, the same money I’ve used to buy my assets! What you on about?"
Briefly.co.za reported that Cassper Nyovest has opened up about financial difficulties amid the Covid-19 lockdown.
The Amademoni hitmaker was responding to a fan who had asked him to buy a new luxury car for his collection. Mufasa said he could barely afford to keep the cars he had, let alone buy a new one.
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