- Lerato Kganyago got a big surprise on her birthday when she walked into a real-life fairytale proposal
- While the moment was breathtaking, it changed quickly when peeps realised she was getting proposed to by her shady ex-husband Thami Ndlala
- If Lerato is getting back with Thami then some really don't know why they defended her in the first place
Lerato Kganyago is officially a taken woman, again! Sis got the best birthday present yesterday that a girl could ask for, an engagement ring.
Getting engaged is just the first step into a very beautiful journey, a step that most girls spend their entire teen years dreaming of.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Lerato’s bae surprised her on her birthday with a gift she never saw coming. This man deserves an award for this proposal.
Mr Right covered her home in balloons and flowers, turning it into a real-life fairytale. Coming down the stairs and walking into this, we can only imagine what was going through Lerato’s mind.
Lerato caught the whole moment on film, even the part where she first laid her eyes on a message that said: "Will You Marry Me Again." This is what got peeps thinking that Lerato might be back with her shady ex-husband Thami Ndlala.
While the moment was beautiful and fans were blown away, seeing the proposal note along with the personalized balloons with the surname Ndlala on them, the mood changed very quickly.
If Lerato is back with her fraudulent ex-husband then that will be something. Social media blew up over the engagement for all the wrong reasons, shame.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that fans were shocked to learn of Lerato Kganyago's marriage coming to an end. Mzansi had been divided on the topic.
Taking to Instagram, the Metro FM presenter announced that her very new marriage of two months is over. Lerato did not go into too many details with regards to the split.
She did, however, say that their different priorities and workloads led to them not being able to invest in their relationship.
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