Sbahle Mpisane is allegedly cheating with a Durban Businessman
Durban businessman Kgolo “DaGuru” Mthembu is allegedly cheating on his reality TV star wife Annie Mthembu with fitness bunny Sbahle Mpisane. This is according to gossip blog Maphephandaba which shared some screenshots regarding the rumours.
On Thursday, 17 March, the gossip account shared a screenshot from the “grapevine” alleging that Kgolo Mthembu was seen holding hands with Sbahle Mpisane — the daughter of wealthy ex-policeman Sbu Mpisane and the stepdaughter of multi-millionaire and Royal AM Football Club president Shauwn “MaMkhize” Mkhize.
“Good morning admin isigaxa phela [a bombshell] I saw Sbahle Mpisane with Kgolodaguru at Capital Hotel in Durban on Monday they were even holding hands I couldn’t take a picture because I was with my bag [bae] him and Kgolo greeted each other I feel sorry for Annie that guy is trash,” an unnamed Instagram user wrote.
Another screenshot of Sbahle Mpisane allegedly explaining herself was also shared. According to the fitness influencer, she was alone at The Capital Pearls Hotel, Durban, and then placed a mogodu [tripe] order at Views — a grill and rooftop lounge owned by Kgolo.
“I don’t know why and how my name is involved here,” Sbahle Mpisane wrote.
I’m sorry! This is actually A LOT 😭No man. https://t.co/J0KMd0YH7V pic.twitter.com/QcudgixLDO
— Zama Khumalo (@Ms_ViVaCi0us) March 16, 2023
In response, Annie allegedly replied “SMH [shaking my head]”. She also replied “yah neh
Meanwhile, another gossip account called Jozi Tube claims Annie’s husband is expecting a baby with another woman. There is going to be a baby shower in Durban soon,” the account claimed.
In other news – Photos: Andile Mpisane celebrates his birthday with a R4 million car
With the love, Andile Mpisane has for luxurious cars he had to spoil himself with another one for his birthday and it is safe to say he did the things!
The Royal AM chairperson gave his followers a look at his new flashy wheels, which arrived in time for his 22nd birthday on Wednesday, 15 March. Learn more