The Saga Continues: Tebogo Thobejane Reveals She Fears For Her Life Because Of Lerato Kganyago

The Saga Continues: Tebogo Thobejane Reveals She Fears For Her Life Because Of Lerato Kganyago

Lerato Kganyago and Tebogo Thobejane’s story goes on. Tebogo, an Instagram baddie, revealed to TshisaLive that Lerato had made her fear for her life. Since Lerato accused her of dissolving her marriage, the two have been engaged in an ongoing argument.
Miss Kganyago has a reputation for standing her ground in a fight. Unfortunately, she intimidates the opposing party whenever she gets into a fight. When Tebogo spoke with TshisaLive, she revealed the truth. On a recent Instagram live, Lerato alleged that Tebogo had an affair with her husband.
Tebogo Thobejane – Image Credit : Instagram/Tebogo Thobejane
Tebogo Thobejane claimed that because she believes Lerato Kganyago to be highly intimidating and heavily connected she fears for her life. She also said that because of everything that has happened, she now fears for her life. She admitted that she is constantly looking for potential attackers because she believes Lerato will send people to do so.

Tebogo disclosed that as a result of everything, she had been forced to change her son’s school because she was concerned for his safety. She revealed that Lerato’s intimidation tactics have also impacted her 15-year-old. The hardest part for her is that her son is now questioning why she was involved with a married man because of Lerato.
Lerato Kganyago – Image Credit : Instagram/Lerato Kganyago
Tebogo added that she refutes any past claims of sexual relations with Lerato’s husband. She claimed that the private information she shared with a friend was exaggerated and reached the wrong ears. Mzansi is at a loss for words over the entire situation, but here are some of the comments made by a few:
Lerato is a bully; Musa Khawula was also threatened in this manner and feared for his life.
Sbahle Methula
Although I can feel Lerato’s sadness over her failed marriage, I find it uncomfortable that she is intimidating the poor girl in this way.
Now that it includes a 15-year-old, this has gone a little too far, and that’s not right.
Mfuthi nguthi
I agree with Lerato; if you smile with these girls, they won’t ever learn. Let the games begin, and let her tremble!

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