Sithelo Shozi praises Sonia Mbele after she addresses her son Donell’s abuse allegations

Cape Town – South African socialite and DJ, Sithelo Shozi, has praised former Generations actress Sonia Mbele for how she handled abuse allegations levelled against her son, Donell Sedibe. Mbele took to Instagram to reassure her son’s girlfriend Reokeditswe Makete that she has her “love and full support” following the abuse allegations. Taking to her Twitter timeline, Sithelo acknowledged Sonia’s... Read more → The post Sithelo Shozi praises Sonia Mbele after she addresses her son Donell’s abuse allegations appeared first on African Insider.

Sithelo Shozi praises Sonia Mbele after she addresses her son Donell’s abuse allegations

Cape Town – South African socialite and DJ, Sithelo Shozi, has praised former Generations actress Sonia Mbele for how she handled abuse allegations levelled against her son, Donell Sedibe.

Mbele took to Instagram to reassure her son’s girlfriend Reokeditswe Makete that she has her “love and full support” following the abuse allegations.

Taking to her Twitter timeline, Sithelo acknowledged Sonia’s stance on the matter . She posted Sonia’s name with a trophy emoji next to it.

The DJ also made Twitter trends recently when she alleged that she was abused by her former boyfriend, Andile Mkhize.

However, Andile’s mother Shauwn “MaMkhize” Mkhize said she did not take the accusations lightly.

MaMkhize denied the allegations and claimed her family never witnessed the alleged abuse as Sithelo claimed.

“I would like to categorically state that neither myself nor my family have been witness to any alleged abuse against Sithelo,” she said in a statement.

 

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