- Pearl Modiadie and her saucy co-host Thomas Msengana are leaving Metro FM
- Announcing her exit on social media, Pearl revealed that this coming Wednesday will be their very last show
- Pearl’s announcement left fans feeling some type of way, however, they all wished her well with whatever her new adventure will be
South African radio and TV presenter Pearl Modiadie and her saucy co-host Thomas Msengana are officially saying goodbye to Metro FM. So many changes are taking place in the world of radio that this does not even come as a major surprise.
Having hosted the lunchtime show “Lunch with Thomas & Pearl” on weekdays from 12pm to 3pm on Metro FM for some time now, it is a sad one for many that the two are calling it quits.
Pearl made the announcement on social media, letting her fans know that this coming Wednesday, 31 March would be their very last show.
“Wednesday the 31st is my last Metro FM broadcast.”
Fans flocked to the comment section is disbelief. They wished Pearl and Thomas farewell and let them know that they were the reason they listened to Metro FM. It is definitely a major loss!
“A whole award-winning duo. Ah mara sis Pearl, some shows are meant to last forever and LTP is that show.”
“All the best to your new life. That means @thomasmsengana will be lonely. #LTP my favourite show.”
“Oh sis Pearly, what a lifetime we've had together. Blessings for the future. Love you. Since the Craz-e days we have supported you. Hear hear."
"Sad moment and you made me fall in love with your show because of your presenting style. I will call on Wednesday just to say goodbye."
Briefly.co.za recently reported that Pearl Modiadie took to Twitter to ask a burning question. She wanted to know how the dating pool is this year, perhaps she wants to dip a toe into the water.
The award-winning radio host and media personality got a whole load of answers from ladies on Twitter, some of them hilarious and many painting a bleak picture of dating life.
"Ladies... how’s the dating pool this year?"
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