Remember Karabo Ntshweng from YO.TV's golden era? Her wedding is coming up. The actress just revealed on social media that her boyfriend proposed to her, and she said yes! She posted a photo of her boyfriend getting down on one knee and proposing to her.
Her huge 30th birthday was followed by the news. “Many thanks for your birthday greetings! My brother and I had a blast, and I'll react tomorrow because I'm not mizing,” she added, in response to all of the encouraging words she'd received.
The 5FM radio host became a Twitter trending topic in December 2020, with followers speculating that she was expecting a child. The assertions, on the other hand, did not impress Karabo. In response to the rumors, she stated that she was not pregnant and that her weight gain was due to the medicine she was taking at the time.
"Guys, please don't ask me if I'm pregnant on social media. I'm on some seriously messed-up meds, and your indifference doesn't help matters." She made an announcement.
Psyfo, Karabo's former co-host on YO.TV, was the subject of a social media death hoax. Some claimed he was no longer alive after posting on Facebook.
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He clarified the situation by saying that the culture of seeking clout at the expense of others is not acceptable.
"I considered ignoring it, but then I realized there was something profound and tragic about social media's impact on depression and anxiety that needed to be brought to light. It's not cool to desire to be famous at the expense of someone else's depression "He wrote something on the internet.
"Now, I'm not sure what the person who wrote this was hoping to achieve, but the fact that they erased it so shortly after posting it tells a lot about their character. Unfortunately for them, I have learned how to cope with bullies, but others may not be as resilient as I am."
This disappointed the celebrity because it is not a laughing matter. Especially now, when death hoaxes are so prevalent in our lives.
"There are many things we can mock or ways to gain fame for, but this isn't one of them. Especially now when death seems to be a part of our lives on a daily basis. I hope that anyone else who sees this and finds similar acts on social media amusing develops some sense and quits doing them."
Sidwell suggested at the end of his post that some people should be banned from accessing social media.
"I'm glad someone pointed this out to me because it reminded me that some people should not be allowed to use social media to harm others. Again, depression is real; let us just be careful what we post for social media clout."
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