Lerato Kganyago hits back at claims that she’s feuding with BFF Pearl Thusi

Lerato Kganyago | Image: Instagram

Lerato Kganyago | Image: Instagram

Pearl also slammed the claims in an Instagram Live video, in which she tagged Lerato and DJ Zinhle.

Lerato Kganyago has rubbished claims that there’s a feud brewing between her and Pearl Thusi, after a YouTuber named Owamie Hlongwane published a vlog with the insinuations
Owami took to her YouTube channel earlier this week to claim that something was amiss between Pearl, Lerato and DJ Zinhle.

The vlogger’s comments were fuelled after she noticed that Lerato was not at Pearl’s swanky birthday bash at Sumo Nightclub in Johannesburg over the weekend.

Pearl celebrated her 31st birthday in style surrounded by the likes of DJ Zinhle, Nomuzi Mabena and other loved ones.

In the vlog titled, ‘So Dololo Invite For Lerato Kganyago At Pearl Thusi’s Birthday Celebration’, Owami suggested that she had noticed Lerato didn’t spend much time with Pearl and Zinhle and it’s because of underlying beef.

Lerato shared a screenshot of Owamie’s vlog on Instagram Live and laughed off the claims.

“There is no vlogger that hates me as much as this lady. Yhu! Nothing positive about me! Please send my love to this lady, I know she’s on my page,” she said.

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Pearl also slammed the claims in an Instagram Live video, in which she tagged Lerato and DJ Zinhle.

“I blame the government for this whole thing because if people had good money and good jobs, this is the government’s fault. If people had good money and good jobs this kinda shit wouldn’t be going down. People wouldn’t be investing time to make up stories about our lives and read our behaviour when they’re not privy to our phone calls or who has what gig, I blame the education system,” Pearl said.

Meanwhile, fans also called out Owami in the comments section of the vlog and pointed out that Lerato was in Limpopo for the weekend and that she tweeted a birthday message to Pearl on Monday.

Originally appeared on All4women

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