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Tweeps think Lerato Kganyago is defending Natasha, see why?

Source: TheSouthAfrican

Tweeps believes that media personality Rera Tokanago defended actress Nata Shatterhane's Rand 1 million scholarship in a podcast and chill episode premiered on Monday, November 29th. 

Natasha Tahane was recording a trend on Twitter last weekend for her podcast and an interview with MacG on Chill. The actress announced that she received 1 million ren in 2017 to study at the New York Film Academy.

Tweeps considered this a nepotism and privilege because students struggle to fund their research. "I asked Mambareka (Mubete) and said," Mom, I have to go back to school. It 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. Lerato Kganyago joined MacG, Sol Phenduka, and The Ghost Lady in the next episode of Podcast And Chill. "Chiller" discussed the dispute between Shizwedromo and Unatinkai at Kaya FM. They also discussed Natasha's scholarships.

Later, Lerat said he felt sorry for Natasha because of the repulsion he faced and thought that you could step up with the people around you. "When you can use the people around you to level up and they're willing to help. If you have a chance on a terrible platter of gold," she said.

Tweeps wasn't impressed by the comments and hit her on her Twitter, as they thought she was defending Natasha. "No, you read this love too much. It wasn't even in that context. I'm sorry if you're offended. I love and respect you, but don't hurt the credibility of my work. Please, "Relat replied.

The ghost woman interrupted Lerat, claiming she also benefited from government funding. "But you're Lerat, you benefited from government funding," said Ghost Lady. Tweeps also believed that the personality of the media was a beneficiary, thanks to her family. Her media personality, she said, did not benefit from government funding. "I never have.

This is a problem, as people keep mentioning if I want," she said. She went on to say that people need to stop mistaken their uncle Lesetja Kganyago (South African Reserve Bank Governor) for their father. Lerat went on to say he didn't benefit from government funding because she didn't get as much as R1 from her uncle.

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