It's tough being Boity sometimes, having to explain a very publicized break up over and over again must be exhuasting.
It seems no matter how much she tries to move on from her ex-boyfriend, Boity finds herself having to answer questions about him. Although she addressed her breakup in a cover interview with True Love magazine earlier this year, some people still want to know what happened.
The magazine cover grabbed attention with its headline that read: "Boity. Juicy details: break-up with Cassper."
Speaking to Siyabonga "Scoop" Ngwekazi on Vuzu Amp's The Cover, the TV personality said: "Firstly, that title, I was very disappointed... I tweeted about it and I said I was incredibly disappointed. She [the editor] chose something so harsh and degrading, to a certain extent, turning what we all believed True Love was - which is a woman empowerment magazine - she turned it into a glossy tabloid and I addressed that. So that was not by choice, that was not the story that I went with."
She then explained why she decided to share the bad news with her fans.
"The reason I decided also to share my break-up is because I was: one, tired of the speculations and I felt for me, personally, it was the best way to close it off and say 'this is it'..."
She said she shared the news because her fans were involved throughout their relationship.
"It didn't make sense for us to just close the door like we didn't use our platforms the whole time to share positives. You know, I felt like it was the correct way to share with everyone, as we did when we started dating, from the very beginning we shared with everyone that 'hey, this is what we're doing'."
She continued: "And so I felt it was an appropriate way to say 'hey man, this is how we want to tell you... Well, not we, this is how I feel like sharing it, this is how I'm asking and pleading with you to stop asking me about it and hope that the conversation ends there."
Just recently, Cassper announced that her and Boity are still very good friends.
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