Lerato Issues Out A Stern Warning On Threats Made By Thami's Fake Twitter Account

Sis is on a roll with the lethal clapbacks

By  | May 15, 2020, 12:02 PM

Lerato Kganyago has issued out a stern warning regarding her assets saying nobody will touch what she owns. This comes after speculations and threats made by her ex-husband's alleged fake Twitter account following their split.

Rumours are making their rounds all over social media about her ex-husband Thami Ndala being an alleged fraudster who is in trouble with the law.

A famous twitter account, Man's Not Barry Roux, dropped files about the 'wealthy businessman' including private information that he allegedly does not own property and that he lives a double-life.

The account also claims that Lerato and Thami were married in community of property but Thami does not have any property.

Amidst the frenzy that these files caused on Twitter, LKG woke her fans up with a tweet that says people should ease up on the speculations and that nobody will be taking what's hers.

"G. Morning. Ain’t nobody touching ANYTHING I OWN that’s FOR SURE! Easy with the speculation, wish you a day full of positivity," she tweeted.
Lerato's tweet on her assets

The DJ and radio personality also had to fight off people who were coming for her, asking why is she speaking about her separation when she never announced or spoke about her marriage in the first place.

Her clapbacks were lethal, "Akere y’all took my then marriage to the papers every weekend, when I kept silent about it, so this was the perfect platform to address you and get you all of my back! Have a nice day."

She also warned people to not pay any attention to a fake Thami Twitter page that was created with intentions to stir up some controversy. However, a follower said something with the whole situation does not make sense, and LKG told the follower to mind their own business.

LKG clapsback at a tweep
LKG warns a tweep to mind their own business

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