Lerato Kganyago is one of many South African celebrities that have made this week's list of trending topics. She responded against gossip blogger Musa Khawula, who in a tweet referred to her as "Bonang Lite," by saying that she had repeatedly attempted to land the same employment as fellow presenter Bonang Matheba. This media personality gained notoriety. While Kganyago stated that she would be suing Khawula, the activist and poet Ntsiki Mazwai defended her on Instagram Live as Kganyago sobbed about being bullied.
Lerato Kganyago chose to hit back at controversial gossip blogger Musa Khawula after he referred to her as "Bonang Lite," in contrast to many local celebrities who chose to ignore him. Although it seemed she would not take his critical tweets lying down, she later posted a tearful message on Instagram.
Ntsiki Mazwai, who is renowned for her candour and divisive views, defended Kganyago this morning, saying that she is a real talent, as opposed to Bonang Matheba, to whom Khawula was equating Kganyago. But Lerato Kganyago has other talents than just being a presenter; one of them is DJing. Mazwai questioned, "How can she be a lite version of someone she is accomplishing more than?!"
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