Social media influencer Faith Nketsi's boyfriend gifted her with a new range rover for their anniversary. She posted her gift on her social media and she trended.
Lasizwe also a social media influencer took to Twitter to poke some innocent fun. If you know Lasizwe he likes money and nice things. In a tweet he said 'whatever Faith Nketsi said, Amen' meaning that whatever prayer Faith said to meet a man as such to buy her a new range rover, he wants the same.
Tweeps took the opportunity to drag him firstly for Khanyi. A few weeks ago Khanyi trended because she left her man Kudzai in Dubai. He said he paid for Khanyi's daughters fees and then he dropped her off at the salon but she left him in Dubai and found her self back in SA. Lasizwe supported his sister through her situation, the two even poked fun at it singing on stage at a club. Leave the man in Dubai. People told Lasizwe that Khanyi said the same prayers.
They also dragged him for the 2 million case. Lasizwe raised two million for students fees. Of which the money was handed over to a company to pay the fees. People claim that Lasizwe took the money for himself. On his talk show he said he would not address the situation because he tried to do something good and it had backfired. People on Twitter claimed that their fees where indeed paid by Lasizwe's #R10goesalongway campaign.
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