- Letoya Makhene and Lebo Keswa are fearing for their lives as they believe that a man is stalking them
- Speaking to a South African media publication, the couple is worried about their safety when they go out
- According to Lebo and Letoya, the man seems to know their every move and it is beginning to stress them out
Generations: The Legacy actress Letoya Makhene and her wife Lebo Keswa are currently under a huge amount of stress. The couple is allegedly being stalked by someone who knows their every move and this is making life difficult for the couple.
The pair got married in December in a beautiful traditional ceremony but the newlywed life is not exactly what they had imagined. In an interview, the couple opened up about their latest challenges.
Lebo and Letoya were in the headlines over the weekend because they had apparently not settled a R2 000 bill at a restaurant. Letoya said that this was not true and they are just worried about the stalker.
"We never post where we are on social media but this guy seems to always know where we are. We keep wondering how did anyone know where we were," said the couple while speaking to TshisaLIVE.
Just after they had left the restaurant, Letoya was robbed and her bag was stolen. The couple believes that it was the stalker who orchestrated the mugging.
The couple has opened a case of intimidation with the SAPS and there is an investigation underway, according to police spokesperson Captain Mavela Masondo.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Letoya Makhene and Lebo Keswa finally tied the knot. Mzansi actress and singer Letoya Makhene has finally married her boo, businesswoman Lebo Keswa.
The two tied the knot in a beautiful traditional wedding ceremony. The wedding took place on 22 December 2020 and the pair couldn't be any happier.
Letoya and Lebo were still yet to share pictures of their special day on their respective social media accounts but their friends decided to post some pics. They have received a number of good wishes and everlasting love from their friends.
The two looked lovely as they honoured their "African Royalty" theme. Dr Criselda Kananda was the programme director and she wrote a lengthy message to the pair, detailing how happy she was for their union.
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