Lerato Kganyago’s ex Thami Ndlala speaks out, rubbishes all allegations against him
Lerato Kganyago‘s shocking surprise separation from her husband, Thami Ndlala have sent shockwaves across social media with the two being a hot topic since the announcement of their separation.
Following the announcement of the separation, allegations of fraud have been levelled against Lerato’s husband on social media, with speculation high about the reason behind the split.
Notorious Twitter parody account Man’s Not Barry Roux, (@AdvBarryRoux), dropped some hectic files about the couple’s split. According to the controversial tweeter, Thami is allegedly a fraudster, he allegedly defrauded numerous retired people of their investments, claiming he would make a lot of money for them through his Forex trading company.
Man’s Not Barry Roux, also went on to claim that the couple were married in community of property, and Thami does not have any property and allegedly has 2 South African IDs
Thami Ndlala is a well know fraudster. He has 2 South African IDs. Thami lied to Lerato Kganyago that he was born in 1981 kanti he was actually born in 1988 & Lerato only saw the 1981 ID. #ThamiNdlala #LKG #LeratoKganyago pic.twitter.com/Oi6XokulxD
— Man’s NOT Barry Roux (@AdvoBarryRoux) May 14, 2020
The Metro FM personality has since clapped back at the allegations on social media and told tweeps not to make conclusions based on social media gossip. Thami has no social media accounts, so he has shed light on the allegations in an interview with City Press, he confirmed the split and also spoke on the allegations levelled against him.
The businessman told the publication that there was “no infidelity” and the decision to part ways “mutual”.
G. Morning. Ain’t nobody touching ANYTHING I OWN that’s FOR SURE! Easy with the speculation, wish you a day full of positivity ❤️
— leratokganyago (@Leratokganyago) May 15, 2020
Speaking on the allegations of him being an alleged fraudster and conman, Thami said these are attempts to slander his name.
“These allegations are devoid of all truth. I find it curious that people wish to remain anonymous. It seems to me like a further attempt to slander my good name. There are legal procedures available to all citizens if they feel money is due to them.
“No such legal documentation had been served on me. This seems like a failed attempt to litigate and the media has become a forum for such litigation for the cowardly faceless who seek popularity,” he said.As to whether he owns that Sandhurst mansion, the one President Cyril Ramaphosa’s motorcade passes, Thami let reiterated that it’s no body’s business really.
“I will not deign to answer such false allegations. We have a functioning justice system in place that deals with such and I trust the system in place for everyone to enjoy. My residence ownership is not of anyone’s interest except for those that seek relevance and enjoy expired firecrackers.”
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