'Leave me alone' — Faith Nketsi slams rumours she's back in the streets and 'with Da. L.E.S'

16 March 2023 - 12:23
By Constance Gaanakgomo
Reality TV star Faith Nketsi says she has known the rappers for more than 10 years.
Image: Supplied by MTV Reality TV star Faith Nketsi says she has known the rappers for more than 10 years.

Faith Nketsi said people should leave her alone after she trended for a snap she took with rappers Da L.E.S, K.O and L-Tido.

The reality TV star is no stranger to trolls and has been charting the Twitter trends since Sunday. 

Taking to her Twitter timeline she replied to a tweet that suggested she and Da L.E.S looked rather cosy.

“Hao bathong. I’ve known everyone in this pic for more than a decade ... so I can’t hang out with my peers now ? ... aye leave me alone. Le ska borera hodima ka please,” she wrote.

City Press reported there was trouble in paradise and Faith has allegedly moved out of her matrimonial home.

However, Faith has remained silent and ignored calls and texts from TshisaLIVE.

Faith and her husband, Nzuzo Njilo, tied the knot in April 2022 in a private ceremony. 

In a lengthy Instagram post after their daughter was born, Faith swore to be the best wife to Nzuzo.  

“To my husband. Thank you. I still can’t believe you are my husband. I’m so blessed to have you. I can’t believe I once lived a life without you. Today I can’t live without you. I thank you for always making sure I’m happy. Your drive to always put a smile on your wife’s face is what makes my life today a dream come true.

“I love you so much. I thank you for our beautiful munchkins and watching you become a father and how you love her and are so obsessed with her warms my heart so much. I strive to be the best wife to you because you are effortlessly the best husband one could ask for. It’s all fun and laughter with us and I pray that never changes because our friendship is the foundation. I married my best friend. I love loving you and I’m so excited for what the future holds for us. Ngiyakuthanda sthandwa senhliziyo yami,” she wrote.

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