Artist and business visionary, Tebogo Lerole, who is the co-overseer of Act Now, and who dated TV character Khanyi Mbau, has denounced The Queen entertainer, Sello Maake KaNcube of being a lady victimizer.
Sunday World has announced that Lerole and his colleague, JJ Tabane educated financial specialist, Khumo Moetse who wanted to give assets into the association that they were intending to push KaNcube out.
KANCUBE STEPS DOWN
KaNcube, who was the representative for the sexual orientation based-savagery association, Act Now has ventured down as per the distribution.
The artist affirmed to the distribution that he quit the association last week (11-15 October) in light of the fact that Lerole, Tabane and his previous sweetheart sassed him to the giver.
The amazing entertainer confesses to thrashing his previous sweetheart in 2002 and states that they settled the matter.
"After the battle, I requested that she go to the police headquarters and get me captured for how I had dealt with her."
"Be that as it may, she said she had pardoned me, essentially we excused one another and continued on with our personal business."
The previous Generations entertainer says he isn't glad for what he did, and that the occurrence actually torment him today and wishes he'd took care of the circumstance in an unexpected way.
He likewise expresses that he followed a path toward full recovery to manage his indignation and hasn't laid a hand on a lady since the 2002 occurrence.
"It harms me that these individuals are presently utilizing my past to subvert my endeavors to battle sex based-viciousness in this country."
KaNcube says he moves any lady to come out now and say that he had manhandled her from that point forward.
Lerore expressed that he was welcome to a gathering where he met Tabane and Moetse, however rejected that he's sassed KaNcube to the giver.
"I swear I had nothing negative to say about him in light of the fact that to me, he was a considerable power in the association and I hold him in high respects."
Source: The South African
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