- Mihlali Ndabase took to Twitter to respond to allegations that she had been involved with Kefilwe Mabote's boyfriend
- The social media star responded to a tweet claiming that she had previously dated Edwin Sodi
- Mihlali was having none of it and told the internet that not only had she not dated Sodi, but that she'd never met him
Mihlali Ndabase took to Twitter to address rumours that she had previously been entangled with Kefilwe Mabote's wealthy boyfriend, Edwin Sodi.
Kefilwe was recently dragged into a difficult situation, publicly and privately, after Sodi's assets were seized. The incident followed an investigation into a tainted asbestos contract which ended up being worth multiple millions of rands.
Media got wind of the drama and reported on women who had allegedly been involved with Sodi. Mihlali had no intention of being dragged through the mud, so she quickly put the rumours to bed and told the tweeps she'd never even met the man.
The same article that had reported on Mihlali's involvement with Sodi also claimed that Thuli Phongolo and Boity had also had relationships with the businessman. Both Thuli and Boity also denied the claims.
In other celebrity-related news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on Prince Kaybee getting real with some Twitter advice for a fan who said she was 'hard-working'.
Prince Kaybee recently took to social media to tell his fans that working hard doesn't necessarily mean that they'll end up being rich. The award-winning producer got real with his Twitter followers and told them that they can work hard but still be broke.
Kaybee, who is one of the most opinionated Mzansi celebs, took to Twitter to dish out advice on life and money. The encounter happened after a tweep wrote that she "better be rich because she's hard-working" to which Kaybee responded that it wouldn't necessarily happen.
Some replies seemed to think that the star was being harsh but many agreed with him and his statement that, "You perform your true potential with the least amount of effort, you can be the hardest working and still be broke."
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