Lerato said in a statement it took her a long time to find courage to speak out and now that she has done so, tweeps and celebrities have rallied behind her through #IbelieveLerato, which has been trending since yesterday.
Former reality TV star Lexi Van tweeted in support of Lerato: “Hi, my name is Lexi and I believe Lerato,” while model and another former reality TV star Blue Mbombo tweeted: “ I believe you Lerato”.
Said @thulis_23: “I believe her! I’ll follow everyone who likes this tweet in solidarity with all the victims out there.”
Tweeted @Refilwe_Kumalo:”This is for every victim who remains silent and living through the trauma of sexual abuse! We believe you and we are here for you.”
Lerato’s allegations have led to BET canning Toll Ass Mo’s interview with Pearl Thusi on Behind The Story.
I believe you! pic.twitter.com/vNknWTisxJ
— Blue Mbombo (@bluembombo) August 23, 2020
My name is Lexi and I BELIEVE LERATO MOLOI.#IBelieveLeratoMoloi
— Lexi Van (@van_lexi) August 23, 2020
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Nontulikazi Nxumalo regrets giving a mum and her son a helping hand. The 54-year-old, who plays a leading role in e.tv soapie Rhythm City, said it all started when a Facebook friend died in February.
She said in the months before her friend Dante Vries died, he told her about his girlfriend and said he’d like them to meet. “I never met Dante, but our friendship was great. We spoke about everything and he was like a brother to me,” she said. continue reading