Half a month prior, style planner to the stars Lebogang Quiteria Kekana was crushed get-togethers artist Rethabile Khumalo neglected to return a dress worth R50 000, which she had acquired for a shoot.
Khumalo had utilized two dresses for a new photoshoot.
She got one for R20 000 and employed another which costs R50 000.
As indicated by Kekana's own partner Slindile Ngcobo, Khumalo neglected to return the second dress worth R50 000.
"Had this been another person, a Versace on Louis V, individuals would race to return the dresses since they dread claims, exploiting a debilitated individual is uncalled for. Quiteria has needed to surrender his home and move back home to keep the studio and raise assets for his drug, the least individuals can do is pay for the pieces of clothing they utilized and in the event that they can't bear to, they can bring them back. It's truly the perfect thing to do," said Ngcobo.
Last month, Quiteria imparted to Sunday World that he had been determined to have different myenola and was on chemotherapy.
The creator who dressed Beyonce for the Global Citizen Concert in 2018 said he expected to save every single penny for his doctor's visit expenses. He additionally moved back home to his mom's home in Soweto to get the best medical services.
"Chemo has not been simple, however I needn't bother with pressure right now. I'm petitioning God for a solid and strong recuperation," said Quiteria.
When called for input Rethabile said she is additionally going through a ton monetarily and needn't bother with "the show".
"I truly needn't bother with show at this moment. I'm going through my own things and I realize Quiteria is engaging with his wellbeing, yet I will take a quick trip and see him," she said.
Source: Sunday World
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