- Khanyi Mbau has taken to social media to announce his split from Tebogo Lerole after 10 years of dating
- The pair have been on and off but it seems this may be the final goodbye between the lovers
- Mzansi social media users seemed saddened by the news and shared messages of encouragement
It's splits-ville for yet another Mzansi celebrity couple. Khanyi Mbau took to social media to let the world know that her decade-long relationship has come to an end.
Mbau and Tebogo Lerole have been on and off for a little over 10 years and have finally pulled the plug on their union. Khanyi shared a picture of herself and Tebogo on Instagram along with an emotional caption:
"Guys we have been here before, certainly words I have uttered before... Our second attempt grew us even further apart. A decade of dating someone comes with great joy and immense difficulty, that fighting to stay together is sometimes not enough.
"Some paths are meant to cross and certain season to pass. Tebogo Edward billion has chosen to take a different path and have chosen to respect it and let him soar into greatness. And by this we are no longer an item."
Her announcement was met with messages of sadness on social media. Insta user dzoahmad said:
"Everything is there for a reason. Continue healing and finding peace. With love."
"I hate break-ups."
"Sending so much love my angel, it has been a tough month but you are stronger than anything you will ever face. Fierce queen."
"It happens but what matters is you both gave it another chance."
"Respect to you my queen. Siyabonga for letting us be part of your growth."
The couple seemed happy just a few months ago when Khanyi took to social media to wish Tebogo a happy birthday. Briefly.co.za reported that The Queen of Bling posted a heartwarming shout-out on social media.
The media entertainer was celebrating 10 years of dating the birthday boy and the pair were still going strong. She described him as her best friend who has taught her a lot about love and loving herself.
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