Letoya Makhene’s Father Trashes Men During Daughter’s Wedding

Letoya Makhene’s Father Trashes

Letoya Makhene’s Father Trashes Men During Daughter’s Wedding

Letoya Makhene’s Father Trashes
Letoya Makhene’s Father Trashes Men During Daughter’s Wedding

Generations: The Legacy actress, Letoya Makhene who plays the role of a determined businesswoman, Tshidi Phakade finally tied her knot with businesswoman and long time lover, Lebogang Keswa on Tuesday 22 December.

They had a traditional wedding in Moletsane Sports Complex in Soweto.

Her father, a celebrated legendary music artist, Gerald Blondie Makhene couldn’t help but express how happy he was that his daughter chose to marry a woman instead of a man, “because men are trash”.

“I’m happy that my daughter is married to a woman.

The two of you make me proud, absolutely proud. These two women have decided to be the change-makers. I can sleep now since my daughter decided to take a woman.

Guys don’t take any offence, men are not trash but men are trash. If you look at the last 100 years and see what men have done – war, bloodshed, killing, diseases, and men did this. I’m not saying there’s no man like Mkhulu daddy here,” said Blondie during the wedding ceremony.

Blondie revealed that the wedding happened after both families had a family talk where they exchanged gifts to build respect and unity amongst families that are so different.

Makhene’s family is deeply rooted in African traditional religion – Bungoma – while Lebohang’s family follows Christianity.

But that couldn’t stop the cute couple from bringing the two families together.

It was Lebogang Keswa who paid lobola for Letoya after proposing a few months ago.

The two have beat the growing stereotype against LGBTQ++ marriages in African communities

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