Katlego Maboe. Twitter tops its own stickers
TV presenter Katlego Maboe can’t seem to urge an opportunity on social media, all because of tweeps who seem to be having a field day together with his old Playboy ads.
Though he could be hiding far away from the spotlight since his cheating video confession in October, his name keeps resurfacing on the Twitter TL.
This is after a tweep discovered an old “Playboy” ad and poked fun at the media personality, saying the “signs were there” that the TV presenter had been a player.
— Brendan Cupido (@dev_brendan) November 17, 2020
More tweeps took to the TL with their reactions to the Playboy posters they spotted in stores.
🎀DEFINE YOURSELF 🎀 pic.twitter.com/DEdez6MPLV
— MNTUNGWA (@RealBiggie) November 17, 2020
— ⭐🍌🍉MBUSENG🍉🍌⭐ (@BUBU_CESC) October 24, 2020
Katlego became the recent topic of dialogue on social media in October after a video of his estranged wife, Monique Muller, filming his cheating confession went viral.
He also confessed that he had “given her an STD”, which he claimed he had contracted from Nikita Murray.
However, Nikita’s legal team came bent set the record straight, denied the claims, and labeled the viral video as “malicious”.
On behalf of Nikita and her husband Matthew, Vincent Bergh of Liquor Law and Business Consultants said, “Our clients are very perturbed about the wild allegations flying around within the media, involving Mrs. Murray and her family.”
The statement went on to feature that Nikita had undergone a medical test.
“Due to those allegations, Mrs. Murray had undergone a medical test to verify that she has no sexually transmitted disease.
“The claims by Mr. Maboe that Mrs. Murray was the explanation for him contracting the STD as accused of by the one that made the video, is therefore irresponsible and impossible.”
In light of the cheating scandal and abuse allegations, Expresso Morning Show pulled Katlego off air pending the result of an investigation. OUTsurance, which Katlego was the face of, also took the choice to tug all adverts featuring him until further notice.
At the time, for legal reasons, the Western Cape Police Service couldn’t say whether a case involving Katlego and Monique had been opened.