- Fans of South Africa's reality cheating show Uyajola 9/9 were left heartbroken by the show's Sunday night episode
- Thembi suspected that her boyfriend Papi was cheating on her so she called the show's crew to assist her
- The loving Thembi caught Papi red-handed cheating with another woman and she decided to end the relationship
Mzansi's reality cheating show Uyajola 9/9 served yet another spicy episode on Sunday, 19 July. The show left viewers in tears after a woman who suspected her boyfriend was cheating on her broke down on TV. The intense episode featured Thembi and Papi.
Thembi had reached out to the Uyajola crew to help her investigate whether her boyfriend Papi was having an affair. She caught him red-handed with another woman who confirmed they had been in a relationship for a long time.
Thembi was left heartbroken because she was "really" in love with Papi and said that she never wanted a well-off boyfriend. The loving girlfriend was willing to start her life from scratch with him.
Thembi decided to end the relationship and packed her belongings, including a bottle of wine that Papi and his side chick had been drinking.
Fans of the show applauded her for taking the wine because apparently Papi had her bank cards and some of her possessions. Below are some of the reactions by the show's viewers.
"That last part of Thembi crying really hurts, mara Papi why?"
"The last part. Thembi needs help."
"Jokes aside Thembi is heartbroken shame."
"Thembi literally shaking, this is painful."
Papi chose to remain silent on his infidelity allegations.
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Somizi flexed "rich gang" as he left to work from home. The star posted a picture on Instagram that was over-the-top, even calling himself and his husband the "rich gang".
Stepping out of a private plane dressed in expensive designer clothing, wearing Bathu shoes and Gucci bags, the couple looked saucy. Social media users loved the drip and said that Somizi had set new goals. He captioned the post:
"Leaving home to visit home and working from home... The rich gang."
Briefly.co.za also reported that Somizi has taken to social media to threaten to close his only Facebook account due to a number of fake pages that have been created in his name.
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