- Local celebrity Lerato Kganyago is turning 38 years old on this day, 22 July and we celebrate this star on the day she was born
- The media personality's Twitter page was flooded with messages of love and appreciation
- She thanked as many of her fans as she could and more tweets poured in for the beloved radio DJ
Lerato Kganyago is celebrating her birthday on this day, 22 July. Mzansi social media users flooded the media personality with well wishes on her special day. The Metro FM DJ turns 38 years old.
Lerato Kganyago is a South African entrepreneur, actress and radio personality. She is currently best known for her work on Metro FM.
She has been celebrated by fans and followers on her special day.
Heartfelt messages poured in for her on social media. The humble media personality tried to respond to as many as she could.
Twitter user VLlale said:
"Happy birthday @Leratokganyago. May God bless you with many more years to come."
Actress Rami Chuene said:
"Ke birthday ya samma hle! Happy birthday @Leratokganyago. Happy!!"
"Happy birthday mother."
"Happy birthday to one of the most hard-working women I know! May this day be filled with lots of love and happiness! You're amazing, I love you and God bless you."
"Words are never enough to describe what you are and mean to me, your growth and success warms my heart @Leratokganyago, so today being your birthday I wish you the best that life has to offer, I love you."
"To the most humble and beautiful human being, may God bless you and fulfil all your heart's desires. I love you Mother @Leratokganyago. Happy birthday."
In similar news, Briefly.co.za previously reported that Lerato Kganyago recently responded to Rasta's attempt at painting her. The celebrity artist, who is more famous for misses than hits, painted a picture of Kganyago and influencer Taka Tina.
Poor Rasta may have another miss on his hands as Lerato did not seem too impressed by the painting. Rasta captioned the artwork:
"Finally decided to take the painting of Taka Tina and Lerato Kganyago from level 5 to 1.”
"So who is the lady on the right?"
Taka Tina also added his own opinion by saying that he barely recognised himself in the painting. Social media users weighed in with similar opinions. Keep trying, Rasta, one day you'll hit the mark.
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