Just because someone is a celebrity, it doesn't mean that they're not human. Social media has made it very easy for fans to say whatever they like about celebrities and they think that's okay. Fortunately, some of our favourite stars know how to deal with trolls.
Lerato Kganyago, who has been in the public eye for years, knows very well what it feels like to be attacked on social media. However, the TV and radio personality knows how to stand up for herself and we're here for that!
On Sunday, Lerato took to Twitter to wish a happy Mother's Day to all the mothers.
Happy Mothers Day to all the Moms, grannies, great grannies, soon to be mothers & step moms. We Love & appreciate you ❤— leratokganyago (@leratokganyago) May 14, 2017
However, things got a bit too personal when a fan rubbed LKG up the wrong way and enquired about children. Lerato then made it clear that she can't have kids.
The Metro FM host tweeted: "I can't have children. Hope I won't be asked this question ever again on this app!"
I can't have children. Hope I won't be asked this question ever again on this app! https://t.co/lPg26BSJXX— leratokganyago (@leratokganyago) May 14, 2017
The tweet was followed by messages of support from her fans. "You will have a child my darling. Tell yourself that, no matter what the doctors have told you. With God it is possible," one fan wrote.
Another one said: "You're a mother with or without a child... if you love a child out there you're a mother and there's always adoption."In an interview with True Love magazine in 2016, Lala opened up to True Love magazine about her miscarriage.
She told the publication: "I was admitted, and after the doctor did a scan she told me I had miscarried. I sat on the hospital bed numb. I called my mom and my ex, who both cried."
She said she felt guilty and blamed herself for everything. "I'm still healing. I'm not ready to have another child," she told True Love.