“I Really Hate South Africa”: Actress Tebogo Thobejane Leaves Mzansi, Relocates To A New Country
Former Muvhango actress, social media influencer, and club hostess, Tebogo Thobejane has recently announced that she has permanently relocated from South Africa after feeling unsafe.
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The mother of one, has stated that she feels unsafe in South Africa and has left the country. However, she has decided to maintain her home for future visits.
As quoted by Zimoja, Tobogo said,
“I did not sell my house. I am keeping my house. But, I really hate South Africa. People fight so much in here. They can keep their country, club hosting, and their acting work. I will literally come if I have work, and to see my grandmother, nephews, and nieces. I think my time in this country is done. My son is good where he is, far away from the toxicness .I am happy that I have the opportunity to not live in other countries. “
Tebogo did not reveal her whereabouts but says she has considered Europe.
“But it’s too cold and too white. I’d rather live in Africa but be close to the world.”
Social Media Dispute With Socialite Inno Morolong
Tebogo Thobejane was involved in a social media dispute with fellow club hostess and socialite Inno Morolong, which reportedly escalated into a physical altercation.
Tebogo threatened to pursue legal action against Inno Morolong for defamation and for leaking her private images online early this year.
This follows after Inno allegedly posted explicit images from a video of Tebogo and made unfounded claims that Tebogo was using drugs.
Last year, Tebogo initiated legal action against Inno by opening a defamation case at the Douglasdale police station and filing a protection order at the Johannesburg Magistrates Court.
Tebogo took further legal action against Inno by suing her for R500,000, alleging that Inno had made false and defamatory statements about her, including accusations of engaging in prostitution to earn money and sleeping with South African President Cyril Ramaphosa.