Former YO.TV Presenter Is Getting Married

Former YO.TV Presenter Is Getting Married

Remember Karabo Ntshweng from the golden generation of YO.TV presenters? She is getting married. The star just took to social media to reveal that her bae has popped the big question and she said YES! She shared a snap of her partner on one knee asking for her hand in marriage.

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The news follows her big 30 birthday. “Thanks for all your bday msgs! My bro and I had such an epic time will respond tomorrow bathong I’m not mizing,” She said, responding to all the warm messages she had received.

In December 2020, the 5FM radio presenter found herself trending on Twitter as tweeps speculated that she was pregnant. Karabo, however, was left unimpressed with the claims. Responding to the rumours, she revealed that she was not pregnant and that her weight gain was caused by the medication that she was on.

“I’m so tired of being asked if I’m pregnant on social media guys please leave me alone bathong. I’m on some really fuvked up medication and your insensitivity doesn’t make it easier.” She posted.

Speaking about YO.TV, Karabo’s former co-host Psyfo was a victim of a death hoax on social media. Some had posted on Facebook claiming that he was no more.

Clearing the air on the post, he said that the culture of wanting to get clout at someone’s expense is not cool.

“I thought I should ignore this but then again I thought there is something very deep and sad that needs to be highlighted about social media and its impact on depression and anxiety. This culture of wanting to be famous at the expense of someone else’s depression is not cool,” he posted.

“Now I don’t know what the person who posted this was trying to achieve but by the mere fact that they quickly deleted it after they posted it says a lot about their character. Unfortunately for them, I have learnt to deal with bullies but someone else might not be as strong as me.”

The star was left disappointed by this as it is nothing to joke about. Especially at a time when death hoaxes have become so apparent in our lives.

“There are many things we can make fun of or ways to be famous but this is not one of them. Especially now when death has become such a daily occurrence in our lives. I hope whoever else sees this and finds such acts on social media funny gets some conscience from this and stops.”

Concluding his thread, Sidwell said that some people need to be stopped from using social media.

“I’m glad someone brought this to my attention cause this reminded me some people need to be stopped from using social media as a platform to hurt others. Again, depression is real, let us just be sensitive of what we post for clout.”

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