The South African celebrity has found new love and she seems very happy in her photos that she post on her social media account Twitter and Instagram.But hearsay says that Khanyi's boyfriend who is from Zimbabwe told the star not to post him on social media.
The man who his name is Kudzai Mushonga is an Zimbabwe's tycoon who is a wanted man in Zimbabwe for fraud. That is the reason he didn't want Khanyi to post him because he is a man on the run.But this are just rumours from hearsay Khanyi is known for liking guys who have man who can provide a good life for her.
In the pictures that the couple share on their social media platform it seems like they are happy and living the best life which is lavish. They ride expensive cars wear designer clothes and shoes they do seem happy besides the rumours that the man is wanted by the Zimbabwean police for committing a fraud. We hope that this man will not break Khanyi's heart and that the rumours about him are false.
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