Popular South African rapper K.O, real name Ntokozo Mdluli confirms he has a girlfriend after being rumored to be gay.
Twitter users started conversations about the rapper’s love life, and many expressed curiosities about his relationship status.
The majority of users who were involved in the convo believed he is in a relationship but he’s keeping it secret; a few others dug out photos the rapper took with Nandi Madida who is married to Zakes Bantwini.
A Twitter influencer with the name Chris Excel suggests that K.O is gay.
“KO once said “Mina ngiyintsimbi edlezinye” and we’ve never saw him with his girlfriend or even a rumour that he is dating a woman,” Chris wrote.
The tweet got the rapper irked as he slammed Chris and further revealed that he is in a relationship with a lady.
He also bragged about her.
“Faceless master of misinformation and divisiveness smh… FOH with whatever bs you’re trying to insinuate. If you must know, the lady in my life has an actual high earning professional life, she gives zero fks about Likes and Views! “When the hate don’t work they start telling lies” hamb’ uyofa sathane,” K.O wrote.
Faceless master of misinformation and divisiveness smh… FOH with whatever bs you’re trying to insinuate. If you must know, the lady in my life has an actual high earning professional life, she gives zero fks about Likes and Views!
“When the hate don’t work they start telling… https://t.co/AoYNwDK4Ld
— K.O (@MrCashtime) August 23, 2023
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