Many celebrities have dated, but the details are kept hidden from the public eye. For some, the information is only revealed when they choose to make their relationship public. Some people date and even split up with one other in secret.
Lamiez is a DJ and media figure from South Africa. Khuli Chana, a well-known rapper, is her husband. After courting and marrying her husband, she did not become renowned. She made a reputation for herself and rose through the corporate ranks.
When Khuli Chana and Lamiez Holworthy celebrated their one-year wedding anniversary in November 2020, many people assumed they had been married for a long time. Rapper Khuli Chana and his wife, DJ Lamiez Holworthy, have kept it appealing and forceful. It's as though they've only been friends for a few days.
On Twitter, a screenshot of another user accusing Lamiez of assaulting her spouse was posted. "We all know you beat that man," the user said, adding that "the truth will soon be out." Khuli Chana replied by giggling at the entire situation. He stated that if this occurred, he would immediately contact you. If this is the case, he went on to say that people attempting to persuade should beware.
On MacG's podcast and chill today, when they were discussing what has been said about Lamiez beating up her husband. MacG revealed that he once dated Lamiez, and he said he left her because she was too serious about the relationship and he wasn't ready for that. Little did he know that he was sending her into the arms of someone who was as ready for commitment as she was.
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