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It’s about to go down as former YO TV presenter is getting married


Remember Karabo Ntschweng from the golden generation of YO.TV presenters? She is getting married.

The star just took to social media to say her baby girl asked a big question and she answered YES! She shared a photo where her partner got down on one knee and asked her to marry him. 

This news follows her glorious 30th birthday. “Thanks for all the birthday messages! My brother and I had a great time and we will reply tomorrow, no saying, she said, replying to all the warm messages she received. 

In December 2020, radio presenter 5FM discovered a trend on Twitter when tweets suggested she was pregnant. However, Carabo was not impressed by these statements.

Responding to rumors, she revealed that she was not pregnant and that her weight gain was due to the medications she was taking. 

“I'm sick of social media asking me if I'm pregnant, please leave me alone. I'm taking some really bad medicine and your numbness doesn't make it any easier. " She sent. 

Speaking of YO.TV, former co-author Carabo Psyfo fell victim to a deadly social media scam. Some wrote on Facebook that it no longer exists. 

Explaining the atmosphere at the office, he said that the culture of wanting influence at someone's expense was not cool. 

“I thought I should ignore it, but again I thought there was something very deep and sad to highlight on social media and its impact on depression and anxiety. It's a culture of wanting to be famous at someone else's expense. " "Depression is not fun," he wrote. 

“Now I don't know what the person who posted it tried to accomplish, but the fact that she quickly removed it after publishing it says a lot about their character.

Unfortunately for them, I've learned to deal with bullies, but someone else may not be as strong as me. 

The star was a disappointment - nothing to joke about, especially at a time when the deceptions of death became so obvious in our 

"There are many things we can laugh at or ways to become famous, but this is not one of them. Especially now that death has become such an everyday event in our lives.

I hope whoever sees it and finds it funny on social networks will get a little conscience and stop. " 

In closing, Sidwell said some people should be barred from using social networks. 

“I'm glad someone brought this to my attention because it reminded me that some people should be banned from using social media as a platform to hurt others. Again, depression is real, let's just remember what we post for the sake of impact. "

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