- Natasha Thahane finally drew the line with a super fan who has been asking for her hand in marriage and faking meetups for some time
- Cellular has publicly confessed his love for Natasha on many occasions but this last time was the final straw for her
- Natasha does not belive Cellular is a threat but sh is just tired of playing this game, its reached its end now
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Natasha Thahane finally drew the line with a superfan show had been hitting on her for the longest time. After endless proposals, extreme statuses and pretty much outright stalking, Natasha has decided that it is time to let this man go.
A social media user by the name of Cellular has been expressing his love for Natasha for some time now. Natasha used to play along in the beginning but has recently reached her limit.
After Cellular put his face on one of Natasha’s shirts and shred it on social media, sis rang the bell. Game is over brother, time to catch the hint and start fishing elsewhere because this fish ain’t biting.
“Somethings deserve a full-stop even in the middle of the sentence. We get it. You can stop now.”
The man is known by his social media name, Cellular, and he is not afraid to let the world know that he’s got eyes for Natasha. Seeing him gush over her on social media, fans felt it was their duty to look into him.
After doing some digging, fans uncovered who Cellular’s father is and found it pretty amusing. Cellular’s father became famous when he was just seven years old and a staunch Kaizer Chiefs supporter. Apparently, his love for soccer had him making headlines.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Natasha Thahane didn't get quite the response she was hoping for when she posted a snap of herself on the set of Blood And Water.
Natasha and her co-star were in school uniforms as they play teenagers in the upcoming Netflix suspense drama. Some peeps felt the ladies were too old to have been cast in the roles of school-going teens.
One tweep said, "We're not going to watch grown women act as teenagers, knowing very well actual teens may have auditioned for these roles. No thanks."
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