- Tshego took to social media to drag men who touch the women in his life without their permission
- The Hennessy rapper said that he protects women and some of the behaviour he's seen is disgusting
- Tshego expressed his disappointment in men for not protecting their female friends from this behaviour
Hennessy hitmaker Tshego does not want anyone touching his girlfriend inappropriately, or any woman in his life for that matter. The rapper posted a video to his Instagram account where he went on a rant about how he'll take action against anyone who touches his honey.
In the video, Tshego explained that there was a man who had been harassing his girlfriend and touching her inappropriately. He explained that he was not happy with this and his girlfriend is not the only victim.
"I have three women I'm watching over. I have a sister and a mother. I don't know about you but I know for sure that none of the women around me are going to experience this f****** s***. Not while I'm around," he said.
Tshego also said that he had contacted his lawyer, asking what steps he could take with this matter. The rapper added that he was disappointed in men for being the ones responsible for harassing their own female friends.
He described the behaviour as disgusting and said that these men should be the ones looking out for the women around them.
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Mzansi Isono actress Rami Chuene dragged Minister Nathi Mthethwa. Actress Rami Chuene has had enough of the minister's ways.
Taking to social media, Rami posted a picture of the minister on a swing and seemed very frustrated with him. She captioned her post:
"Money has been embezzled, there’s been mismanagement of funds and there’s a shortfall that was caused by the overallocation by the NAC mara Minister wa rena a šo, o nametše mozwinki (But our minister is sitting on a swing)."
Rami, along with other artists in Mzansi, are very frustrated with Minister Nathi Mthethwa because money has been mismanaged by the National Arts Council.
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