- Mzansi actress Letoya Makhene had a firearm pointed at her just two weeks ago
- The Generations: The Legacy actress was involved in a nasty domestic dispute with her lover, Lebohang Keswa's cousin
- The drama occurred at Keswa's mother's house in Mohlakeng, west of Johannesburg, when the cousin tried to kick them out of the house
Generations: The Legacy star Letoya Makhene recently had a gun pointed at her. This happened in her real life, not on the set of the popular soapie. The star was involved in a nasty domestic violence dispute with her lover, Lebohang Keswa's cousin.
The incident took place at Keswa's mother's house in Mohlakeng, west of Johannesburg, about two weeks ago. Keswa has even reportedly went as far as getting a protection order against the cousin, who allegedly pointed the gun at her actress bae. She obtained the order on 26 August.
According to media reports, Keswa confirmed the incident and added that the cousin told them to vacate the house that once belonged to their grandmother. She passed away earlier this year. Keswa further revealed that when her grandmother passed away, the house became her mother's. Keswa's mother also recently passed on.
"We are staying at the house because we need to mourn my mother’s death accordingly but [my cousin] has really been harassing us so much that we are struggling to mourn.
"It disturbs me that he is only coming to the house now that my grandmother and mother have passed on. He has not been visiting home for a very long time, but now that the two are no more, he wants to come and claim the house for himself, that’s nonsensical," Keswa explained to Sunday World.
The cousin ignored questions sent to him, according to the publication. Letoya recently shared on social media that Keswa took her to Cape Town for her birthday a few days ago. She was turning 36. She wrote on Instagram:
"What an exciting birthday weekend! Thank you, baby!!!! This has been everything!"
The star's fans also wished her a happy birthday. Check out some of the comments from her fans below:
"Happy birthday my friend. Here's to many more birthdays and a life filled with love."
"Happy birthday gorgeous."
"You look so amazing girl."
"Happy birthday Aunt Toya... Hope you have a wonderful day filled with lots and lots of love. May God grant you many more years to come. I love you so much and I really look up to you, you inspire me... You are one of a kind, loving, caring and beautiful."
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Jub Jub is back with another spicy show. The first episode of You Promised To Marry Me aired on Sunday night, 6 September.
The show is about people who were promised marriage but ended up not getting married. The first episode saw Jub Jub interrupting a whole wedding by bringing another woman, who was promised marriage by the husband-to-be, to the ceremony.
She demanded to be married and even arrived with her own bridesmaids. Mzansi celebs and tweeps took to Twitter to share their views on Jub Jub's new show. Judging from their reactions, Jub's new show got a lot of fans with just one episode.
Lasizwe and Somizi are just some of our entertainers who shared their views on the programme.
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