- Mzansi social media users have made Hulisani Ravele trend after Psyfo announced his marriage to his new bae
- Hulisani and Psyfo dated for 10 whole years but the relationship ended amid rumours of cheating
- Hulisani decided to ignore the negativity and carried on her day like nothing significant was happening
Mzansi has absolutely no chill. Not too long after former YoTV presenter Sipho ‘Psyfo’ Ngwenya announces his marriage, tweeps decided to make his ex trend.
Hulisani Ravele dated Psyfo for a whole 10 years before they broke up. Psyfo then moved on to the woman he recently married.
Some social media users have felt that Psyfo wasted Hulisane’s time because he never tied the knot with her. As social media users shared their thoughts on the matter, Hulisane’s name took center stage.
Twitter user RealLwaziMsomi said:
“I hate how Psyfo 's story is just a reminder of how much of an extreme sport umjolo is. You could be with someone that long only for nothing to happen only for you to get engaged to someone else in a space of 3 months followed by a wedding. Umjolo is difficult bazalwane.”
“Hulisani was too smart for him, she probably found out things about him that make his undesirable. His new wife is yet to find out”
“This thing of bringing up CC when Psyfo posts his person is boring”
Meanwhile Hulisani remained unbothered by the fuss. She took to Twitter and posted a tweet that was completely unrelated to the mess.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Former YoTV presenter Sipho 'Psyfo' Ngwenya has taken to social media to reveal that he got married this past weekend.
The former Generations actor took to Instagram on Thursday, 26 November to share that he and his bae Mirah Aamirah have tied the knot. Mirah also took to the photo-sharing app on Thursday to reveal that they got married on Saturday, 21 November.
Her hubby posted one of the snaps taken during their wedding day and captioned it:
"Officially Mr and Mrs!!! I could not have wanted a better partner to do this with. I love you very much Mrs Ngwenya."
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