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Kefilwe Mabote Takes Legal Action

Kefilwe Mabote

Popular Social Media influencer Kefilwe Mabote revealed yesterday that she is seeking legal recourse against the media house that publishes Sunday World.

The Sunday World Newspaper dated 11 October 2020 published an article on me branding me a “Slay Queen” on a “bedroom roll” thereby placing my brand in disrepute.” She shared.

“I have decided to break the silence and take legal action. As this is now a legal matter, I ask that we respect the legal process and shall not be conducting any interviews on the matter until it has been resolved. Thank you.

Kefilwe Mabote

In her official statement, Kefilwe felt that the article was very misleading and described her in a way that doesn’t reflect her true character.

Naturally, I’m never one for confrontation, regardless of my social media presence and influence as a public figure. However, the article was very misleading, derogatory, and defamatory and insinuating that I am a ‘slay queen’ who is presumably on a ‘bedroom roll’ of wealthy men, particularly Edwin Sodi.
Kefilwe said that she and her partner Edwin are happily in love but do not do business together.

Edwin and I are in a happy, healthy and private relationship and do not have any business affiliations with one another.

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 Source: News365

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