17 January 2022
Businesswoman, Gugu Khathi has come out to clear her name of all these false claims that have been made against her name.
Khathi has denied reports that she was let go from the upcoming season of this reality show, Real Housewives of Johannesburg, before her episodes were even aired.
According to a report by City Press, Khathi was allegedly fired from the show alongside her friend, Brinnette Seopela and RHOJ alumni Christall Kay after the trio allegedly got into physical altercation.
Christall as well found out about the upcoming season of the show when the publication called to ask her about it and she stated that it is news to her, she had absolutely no idea that they're already filming the show. It was the first time she hears of it.
Khathi then turned to a tabloid publication, ZAlebs to deny this.
The publication reported that Khathi sent them a Direct Message (DM), on Instagram and asked them to take down an article they had published about her exit from the show.
The message that Khathi wrote was : Please remove this story, you don't have your facts right. I have also forwarded this to my attorneys, this is a sensitive matter that is in court. You are clear not informed, I would also check my source if I was you. By Monday (today) morning, if this story is still up, I will have no choice but to demand an apology legally.
This was the message that Khathi threatened the publication with in a screenshot of the private exchange published by the publication.
Real Housewives of Johannesburg is returning for another season this year and it is produced by the legendary actress, Sonia Mbele.
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