Generation The Legacy Actress Tshidi Wife, Lebo Keswa Arrested
A popular Instagram page by Maphepha Ndaba alleged that Letoya Makhene’s wife, Lebo Keswa, was arrested for allegedly vandalizing a bakery and damaging furniture while throwing insults at people. As the saying goes, there is always two sides to every story and it appears that the real reason for her arrest has been revealed by a local publication
Social media was having a field day with this report by the gossip page which claimed to have received a DM by a Facebook user who was present during the incident. The said user alleged that “vandalises everything to no repair when angry. News came in fast on Facebook with proof that Lebo has no mercy and no one is safe when she’s angry. She roars like a lion admin , we are scared of her, says anonymous on the DM. She was arrested, but we fear she might be out and moer all of us Admin , says a Shebeen Queen who’s also fearful for her life,” read the post.
A local publication now reports that Lebo was actually defending her wife Letoya who was allegedly sexually harassed by a foreign national. The Generations: The Legacy actress was allegedly offered to engage in some “orgy activities” with a businesswoman who owns a bakery in Midrand. When she turned the weird offer down, the businesswoman then brought in a foreign national, who proceeded to allegedly sexual harass her.
According to the paper, the man did so because he told Letoya to stop dating women. This angered Lebo who confronted the man, but it did not end very good for Lebo who got arrested. The plot twist is that, the businesswoman opened a case against Lebo at the Midrand Police station, claiming to have had her bakery ‘maliciously damaged’ without provoking Lebo.
Lebo, who has also allegedly opened a case against the woman and foreign national, appeared at the Midrand Magistrate’s Court and got released today. A few months back they got stalked and robbed by unidentified people and they went off the radar for a while.
They were accused of being broke but Letoya rubbished those claims, “My wife and I wine and dine about three times a week. Now explain to me how we can be broke if we can afford to go out so much. We can send you our bank balance and it’s quite healthy.”
“There’s a guy who has been stalking us for a while and he’s the first person who posted about this (R2000 bill left unpaid thing) on his Facebook. My wife and I wine and dine about three times a week and we have our usual places we go to. We were made aware of the Facebook post by this guy which we believe was where the rumour started that we didn’t pay the bill, which was about three weeks ago,” stated Lebo