She Wasn't At Lerato Kganyago's Wedding - DJ Zinhle Some celebrities are bffs while others are at odds with one another. DJ Zinhle and Lerato Kganyago were formerly best friends. Years ago, they had a strong bond, but it quickly dissolved.
It appears that Zinhle has finally addressed her friendship with Metro FM DJ Pearl Thusi. Some of the comments made by Indlovu hitmaker Toke Makinwa in an interview with talk show host Toke Makinwa on DSTV Honey's Talk With Toke Makinwa were absolutely mind blowing!
Our attention was drawn to Makwina's social life rather than her personal or professional interests. A previous buddy, Lerato Kganyago, has faded away from Zinhle's life. A guest at Kganyago's wedding, Zinhle wasn't invited.
So Zinhle stated that she was unaware of Kganyago's wedding and didn't receive an invitation.
“I had no idea she was getting married and she didn't invite me,” she added.
It was alleged in 2019 that Lerato Kganyago coerced her friendship with Dj Zinhle. Tweeps were then informed that LKG and Zinhle have been pals for over a decade and have the same profession. With no explanation, Lerato began distancing herself from Zinhle shortly after.
With the help of sixty of her closest friends and relatives, Lerato married businessman Thami Ndlala in March 2020. The party included her Metro FM co-hosts Somizi, Dineo, DJ Naked, JJ Siesing and more.
Participants in Lerato's wedding on March 04, 2020 uploaded videos and images of the auspicious day on social media.
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