Moneoa recently showed off her new Range Rover which had people thinking she got back her old Range Rover from her alleged abusive ex, Phiwa Maphanga.
Read more: Moneoa Opens Up More On Her Life With Phiwa
Taking to her Instagram stories to clarify the confusion, Moneoa said her new Range Rover is a gift from an angel.
“I have a new car, yes, but I didn’t buy it. You’d never believe me if I told you the story but it’s a gift from an angel literally sent by God.”
She then answered another fan who asked her the exact car and she said she cannot afford to purchase a new Range Rover.
"I promise you I can't afford a Range Rover. It's a gift. It's hard to understand because it's pretty unbelievable but it's true." Moneoa is grateful for the blessings that have been coming her way since she went on IG live and exposed her alleged married boyfriend.
Moneoa said her focus is on her career and nothing else.
It was reported that Moneoa was wrongfully held in police custody after those IG stories. She claimed the police asked her to delete those videos but she refused.
Read more: Moneoa And Ex Phiwa Take Matters To Court
Moneoa revealed to her fans that she had been depressed which is why her career took a knock. She opened up to TshisaLive about how her being depressed affected her family as well.
“I was depressed these past three years, I haven't been OK in a very long time, like I was depressed. I don't like to say it but I was suicidal and this has put my family through so much strain because there isn't nothing that they haven't tried to help me and none of the attempts worked.
"They would sit and watch me cry myself to sleep and sink into my own oblivion and they literally watched me deteriorate and there was nothing they could do about it. It was like watching a house burn with all the belongings in it and there's nothing you can do, you just have to sit there and let it burn.
“It was horrible, it was horrible for me to go through that. It was horrible for my family to witness, for like a good year-and-a-half after we broke up. I was still holding on to the memory of what we were and everything we've built in the two years we were together because I was so fixated in the love that he expressed for me and I thought it was a love that could stand the test of time, whereas for him it was a phase and he got what he wanted,” she told the publication.
Phiwa who is also taking legal action against her said in an affidavit seen by City Press, that the allegations had a negative effect on him and his family as he has a new born baby.
“As a newlywed and a man with a newborn baby, I feel extremely vulnerable, as I am uncertain of the extent to which the threats could be acted on. I have been giving her money throughout the course of our break-up, as she would claim that if I don’t give her money, she would ensure I am in harm’s way.”
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