- Katlego Maboe was at risk of losing everything when his dirty laundry was aired, however, fans have come to his rescue
- Katlego has received 69,000 signatures petitioning to get him back on screens in just one month
- The goal is to get Katlego 75,000 signatures, and it seems like this might actually be achieved
Katlego Maboe clearly has the hearts of many Mzansi citizens as over 69,000 have signed a petition to get him back on screens despite his personal issues.
A petition was started after Katlego got taken off screens because of his relationship drama that left many shook. Seeing how many want him back despite the unexplainable things that he did is mind-blowing.
The face of OUTsurance and Expresso has received 69,000 signatures of support in just one month. The goal was to get 75,000 signatures, and it seems like this might actually be achieved.
Katlego has been going through the most these past couple months as a result of his own wrongdoings. While many feel extremely strongly against what he did, it seems that they do not feel it should end his career.
There are many celebrities with skeletons in their closet who still get to do their thing and it is clear to see that the people of Mzansi feel the same should apply to Katlego.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Katlego Maboe's career may not be down the drain just yet. His loyal fans have started a petition to have him brought back on TV after he was suspended. The presenter was suspended after a video was shared on social media of him admitting to cheating on his wife and giving her an STD.
After being pressured by social media users, he was suspended from SABC3 show Expresso and his endorsements pulled out pending investigations.
Now fans are fighting back with a Change.org petition calling for the media personality to be allowed to resume his duties.
It was also reported that embattled presenter and media personality Katlego Maboe has allegedly breached the protection order set by his estranged wife Monique Muller.
He is due to appear in court for breaching the protection order which was granted on 3 September. The protection order was in place to protect Monique from any possible domestic violence.
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