- Mzansi dancer Bontle Modiselle opened up about why she said that she would forgive Priddy Ugly if he cheated on her
- Bontle said that instead of walking away, she would try to work out the relationship with her husband
- The star also spoke about how she met Priddy Ugly and how they started a romantic relationship
Bontle Modiselle caused quite a stir when she revealed that she would forgive her husband Priddy Ugly if he ever cheated on her. The star has now opened up about why she would make this decision.
Some time ago, in a viral video, Bontle revealed that she would probably take Priddy Ugly back if he decided to step out on her:
"For us cheating is not a deal breaker in our relationship. Without invalidating anyone’s experiences," she said.
She opened up to Mzansi podcaster Mac G about relationships, her marriage and life in general when she revealed this fact.
Bontle spoke about the first time she met Priddy Ugly. They were friends for a few years before they started dating.
Bontle said that if there was any infidelity in her relationship, she would rather talk it through and work it out instead of leaving.
She said that she would understand if he only cheated because it was only physical and nothing more:
"I am willing to put myself in that type of position for him to do the same thing because he has proven to be a man worthy of that and I have proven myself.”
However, Bontle did tell Mac G that abuse was definitely a deal-breaker and she would leave if that were to happen.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Bontle Modiselle took to Instagram to start an 'Afro WAP' challenge. Bontle Modiselle took to social media to start a dancing challenge of her own creation.
The famous dancer decided to combine the moves associated with Cardi B's WAP music video and some classic South African dance moves. Bontle also decided to overlay the global hit song with a local beat.
The talent then showed her fire moves to the camera and shared the footage with her almost two million followers. She aptly titled the new song-and-dance combo 'Afro WAP' in acknowledgment of both inspirations for the routine.
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