- South African celebs have taken to social media to speak about Lebogang Khitsane's memorial service drama
- The businessman's sister, known as Rakgadi, stole the show when she accused his wife of bringing another man to his house
- Masasa Mbangeni and other Mzansi entertainers have shared their two cents on the trending memorial service drama
Mzansi celebs have weighed in on the trending hashtag #Rakgadi following the recent memorial service drama that shook the entire country.
A woman identified as Rakgadi spilled the beans about her late brother's wife's infidelity at the service. Rakgadi was supposed to speak about her brother Lebogang Khitsane's business successes, but she decided to go after his wife in front of the mourners. Khitsane was a known tombstone maker.
Mzansi celebs took to social media to share their views following the sad story. Actress Masasa Mbangeni said:
"When his gorgeous daughter said, 'That's it', I knew it was on! I would have done the same for my mother. Even after years together in-laws treat our mothers in the most vile way when our fathers die. A sad South African story."
Media personality Hulisani Ravele commented:
"Dear bo #Rakgadi please keep the same energy when bo makoti come to tell you about your brothers cheating on them. AND, don't you dare come with 'heh heh men will be men', 'heh heh bekezela'. Rea leboga."
Poet and singer Ntsiki Mazwai wrote:
"Oooh so this wife stands to inherit a ton of money... I see."
She later suggested that this story will not end well. Ntsiki expressed that the situation is still going to get worst:
"Kusazoba tense (It's going to be tense)."
Briefly.co.za reported that Khitsane died on Thursday from renal failure. His memorial service took place over the weekend.
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Jub Jub was sent for a night swim during the season finale of Uyajola 9/9 on Sunday night. Many viewers of the show took to social media to share their views on Jub Jub's safety after one of the men they were investigating pushed him into the swimming pool.
Some people found the scene funny but more were concerned about the star's safety. The epic TV show busts cheaters but Jub Jub and his crew sometimes have to risk their lives to shoot some of the show's episodes.
Sunday night's episode proved just how dangerous the star's job is. Viewers of the show took to Twitter and Instagram to praise him for his bravery and doing a stellar job.
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