- Zoe Mthiyane is allegedly depressed after her relationship with Rapulana Seiphemo ended
- According to reports, Rapulana allegedly cheated on Zoe with a colleague from Generations The Legacy
- The starlet has reportedly resorted the alcohol abuse to cope and has since been suspended from work
Zoe Mthiyane has allegedly broken up with her boo Rapulana Seiphemo and she is not taking it very well. According to reports, the Generations The Legacy actress has been depressed following her split from the fellow actor.
The City Press reported that Mthiyane has been abusing alcohol and has since been suspended from work after arriving on set intoxicated.
The couple allegedly broke up after Zoe discovered that Rapulana was cheating on her with a colleague whose name has not been revealed.
The former couple were truly relationship goals and it's unfortunate that things did not work out between them.
Zoe has not been too lucky in the love department after a highly-publicised break up from Robert Marawa and Lebo M. She has children with both media personalities. Her relationship with Marawa hit the tabloids after Mthiyane demanded an increase in the child supprot that Marawa was paying.
Zoe's engagement with Lebo M fell apart after they could not come to an agreement regarding their pre-nuptial agreement, according to Lebo M.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Lebohang Morake, also known as Lebo M is apparently back with his third wife Angela Ngani-Casara. The Lion King producer asked for 'ilove back' from his ex and the pair will reportedly document their romance in a new reality show called Lebo M – Coming Home.
Lebo M's history of relationships and marriages is enough to make a movie and possibly several spin offs. The producer just split from ex fiance Malefu “Mel” Ntsala. The wedding would have been Lebo's fifth marriage.
The Sowetan reports that Lebo and Angela are now back together. Other reports have added that the former ex wife has even moved in with Lebo in Blair Atholl estate home in Centurion.
The reality series will be broadcast on Showmax and will premiere in November 2020. The show will follow the dramatic life of the media mogul including his mission to repair the broken relationships he has with some of his children.
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