- Khanyi Mbau woke up to find herself trending over an apparent engagement that she clearly does not even know about
- Having just announced that her and Tebogo Lerole had split, Khanyi has no idea why someone would spread a story like this
- Fans took to social media to try and figure out how and why someone would think Khanyi's engaged
Poor Khanyi Mbau can’t even go through a break-up in peace. Can you imagine just getting your heart broken and then trending because people think you got engaged? Kante!
Being in the public eye is not as glamorous as it looks, especially when you are going through the most and an entire nation is weighing in. Briefly.co.za learnt that Khanyi woke up this morning to her social media buzzing to find herself trending under that hashtag #KhanyiGetsEngaged.
It was just a couple of days ago that Khanyi sadly announced that her and her long-time bae Tebogo Lerole had split, now people are tormenting her with this?!
It all started when a Twitter user by the handle @Robzinterris set the hashtag off. It is because of silly people like this that celebs have to be so careful with what they share.
Waking up to the drama, Khanyi reached out to her fan, asking them where this nonsense stemmed from and why someone would do something like this when she was still trying to deal with the breakup.
“WOKE UP TO THIS #KhanyiMbauGetsEngaged TRENDING! WHAT'S GOING ON? How am I ENGAGED? To whom? To what?”
Social media has been buzzing with all sorts of comments and opinions on how this could even be true when everyone knows Khanyi and Tebogo just split.
Briefly.co.za earlier reported that Khanyi Mbau spilt 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.
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