Image :Lerato Kganyago and husband Thami Ndlala
Popular radio personality Lerato Kganyago and Thami Ndlala makes their divorce publicly.
LKG yesterday publicly posted their divorce with her husband. They managed to stay in their marriage for two months.
These two couples in two months ago got married traditional. They came publicly to take their separate ways. LKG publicly posted on her Instagram page sharing the saddest news of the end of their marriage.
It's alleged Thami is a well known fraudster. He fradaulantly owns two South African ID's. It's said he lied to LKG that he was born in 1981 hence he was born in 1988. Lerato only saw the 1981 ID.
Fans couldn't wait to keep its trending. The following is their views.
@JNZbeats some relationships are like a glass.It's better to leave it broken, than to hurt yourself more by trying to put it back.
@She_fair They separated after two months of getting married. I hope Lerato Kganyago is okay.
@Vuyokazi_tupa I admire Lerato Kganyago's bravery Shem. Imagine how many people are stuck in marriages that no longer serve them because of "abantu bazothini"
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