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Inside Sam Mshengu and his wife, Lerato Legodi’s secret Wedding – Pictures



Sam Mshengu and his wife, Lerato Legodi's secret Wedding

Chabalala may be facing the law, but it hasn’t stopped him from tying the knot!

Trucking boss Sam Chabalala (23), who goes by his clan name of Mshengu, married long-time sweetheart Lerato Legodi (28) at Zimbali Resort in KZN on Saturday.

It seems they didn’t want others to know about the big day. But two photos of them dancing were leaked on Instagram.

One of those who attended the wedding said there were fewer than 200 guests. Apparently, the two had a customary ceremony late last year.

On 7 July Lerato said on Instagram she couldn’t wait for their big day. She posted a picture of Mshengu in a suit. “Yum yum, can’t wait for the wedding day! I mean, damn babe!” she wrote.

He is out on R200 000 bail after being bust in September at Witbank Mall. He faces charges of fraud, corruption, contravention of the Immigration Act and possession of an unlicensed firearm and ammunition.

Lerato has been attending his court case, supported by her family and his friends.

Chabalala attracted attention by flashing 72 expensive cars in a convoy going to the Durban July.

He claimed to be born in Venda. But when Home Affairs quizzed him, he said he was born in Bethal Hospital. But there was no record of it.

When Daily Sun called his attorney, Namedi Phatudi, he said he didn’t know he was getting married.

Chabalala is expected in the Witbank Magistrates Court on Friday.

In other news – Luyolo Yiba speaks out on how does it feel like to win Idols SA

Newly crowned Idols SA winner Luyolo Yiba is still on cloud nine after scooping the title. He said winning the competition was a dream come true and “surreal”. Luyolo beat Snenhlanhla “Sneziey” Msomi in the talent competition’s finale at Carnival City in Boksburg on Sunday.

He won a prize package worth more than R1.5m, including R1m cash, a Huawei Matebook X, GT watch, B525 Router, 20GB of Telkom Data, a Ford Fiesta 1.0 Ecoboost, an R100,000 Truworths voucher, R80,000 worth of Yahama music instruments and a record deal with Gallo. continue reading

Source: News365




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