- Kamo Mphela shared in a recent interview that she is still very much a virgin after being asked about relationships
- Some of the hints she made in the interview however did not support her statement about her still being a virgin
- She also spoke about how she wants to make the most out of fame because it does not last for long
Local artist Kamo Mphela has come out and said that she is still a virgin. In the latest episode of Podcast And Chill with Mac G, Kamo shared this information when she was asked about her love life and relationships.
However, throughout the course of the interview, the Amapiano star threw a few hints that did not support her earlier statement about still being a virgin.
Kamo also spoke about how much she wanted to make the most out of her newfound fame because it does not last very long. She would like to fall back on having her own production company one day.
She also shared her spiritual beliefs in the interview. She said that she is religious just like her father, but she leans more towards the ancestral side of things.
"I pray at home, but I also really believe in ancestors," she told Mac G.
Kamo also shared how she's only done one year of tertiary but she does plan on going back someday when she has the time to pursue her studies.
Briefly.co.za previously reported on DJ Maphorisa throwing shade at Prince Kaybee. DJ Maphorisa has taken to social media to throw shade at Prince Kaybee. Phori took shots at the award-winning music producer after he released an Amapiano track titled Tlogela Piano. Kaybee trended a while back when he shared his "dislike" for the music genre. Maphorisa, who has been pushing Amapiano since the genre took over the airwaves and dance floors in Mzansi, took to Twitter on Friday, 2 October to take a jibe at Kaybee.
Phori wrote: "So Princess is doing Amapiano? If you can't beat them you might as well join them."
Maphorisa and Kaybee usually throw shade at each other on the micro-blogging app and their fans get excited when the two stars are engaged in a twar.
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