Earlier today Lerato Kganyago took to Twitter to reflect on her journey but instead got dragged by Black Twitter for sharing her 'sob' story, but the media personality says that she is still determined to share her story.
The media personality took to social media earlier today posting an image of her in front of a Toyota Cressida reflecting on how her journey started - with the intention to inspire her followers - but got dragged but tweeps instead.
Once upon a time I drove this baby, took me from one audition to another, many looked down on me. Some of them being my peers today. The fire in me never died. Today I sing a different tune, cuz I was patient and trusted My Jesus, My Lord, My Savior! Dreams never die! 💜 pic.twitter.com/hdfzGNCijV— leratokganyago (@leratokganyago) February 28, 2018
A tweep pointed out that many celebrities had too many sob stories and claimed that they were not good enough but Lerato was quick to clap back saying that the tweep should sulk else where.
"Y’all just hate us sharing our stories, because you want to make people believe we not human and have never struggled, so people can’t relate to us!! I will never stop sharing my journey! You don’t like it, go sulk on someone else’s timeline!"
Later in a series of tweets, Lerato went on to share that Black Twitter had always been mean to her ever since she began her career at Soweto TV, calling her haters the 'lets get mad at Lerato Union'.
Lerato went on to mention that while she was still in high school, she couldn't afford to go to tertiary and that she worked in retail when she was still in Grade 10 in order to pay for her university fees.
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Main image credit: instagram.com/@leratokganyago