Orlando Pirates' Thembinkosi Loch was dragged into Twitter after saying his girlfriend Natasha Thahane died in January.
She said, "I asked Mama Barreka (Mubete)," Mama, I have to go back to school. I was accepted. I don't know what to do, can I get some money? "She managed to talk to the (departmental) arts and culture and they helped," Natasha said.
That became a hot topic on Twitter. Tweeps wanted to know that Natasha received this amount while other students were fighting for funding. She issued her statement after former Democratic Alliance (DA) leader Mmusi Maimane asked Natasha to explain to the public.
The statement stated that she had no personal relationship with Mubete and received only R350,000. "She (Mubete) advised me to explore the Ministry of Sport, Arts and Culture because of the opportunity to fund it.
That was my first conversation and my last conversation with her. Doesn't call or email me on my behalf. I apologize for draining the entire scenario by making it look like I have a personal relationship with her, "she said. I did.
YouTuber SilkTalk criticized Natasha for turning Roach into an influencer. please look… "Husband's Roach statistics are down. Roach is more prone to injury and you have made him an influencer.
The country is one of the most talented soccer players I've ever seen. Roach is now an influencer, "says SilkTalk. Tweepe blamed Roach and Natasha. "Real Natasha destroys Roach," wrote @ Trevorzungu3.
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