Itumeleng Khune’s Ex Joins Imbewu
Despite the fact that she is not an actress Imbewu The Seed has gambled employing fitness bunny and television personality, Sbahle Mpisane.
City Press reported that the 27-year-old Sbahle, will be part of Imbewu The Seed and will make her debut in mid-February 2021.
Sbahle Mpisane is a fitness guru and the founder of Fitness Bunnie, which offers online training and boot camp classes.
Although Sbahle is not mainly an actress by profession, she has appeared in reality TV shows like KwaMam’Khize, which follows the lifestyle of her mom Shauwn Mkhize and her family.
She also once contested in Tropika Island of Treasure as well.
The fitness guru also holds a degree in Housing and Town Planning and will now be adding acting to her resume.
Sbahle Mpisane used to date Bafana goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune, but they had to part ways, after she suffered from amnesia as a result of her accident.
She was once involved in a near-fatal accident in 2018, which left the bones in her body broken and made her suffer from amnesia. She had to be admitted in the ICU.
The accident also left her unable to walk for 8 whole months as it caused some major damage to her bones and nerves.
Sbahle Mpisane revealed to Drum Magazine that the accident contributed to her breakup with Itumeleng Khune, as her amnesia made her forget why she fell in love with him saying
Me and him didn’t fight over it. There was no issues. We said goodbye. The guy was fully supportive. He called me every day when I was in hospital. But then, because of my amnesia, I forgot why I fell in love with him. He was there for me throughout.
Sbhale also mentioned that distance was a contributing factor in her breakup with Itumeleng Khune, as he stays in Joburg, while she stays in Durban and she needed more of him but he wasn’t there as much as she would have wanted.
However she and Itumeleng are in good books and there are no hard feelings between the exes, they had a mature conversation and parted ways.
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