You are using an older browser version. Please use a supported version for the best MSN experience.

Khanyi Mbau on her breakup and friendship with Somizi

Zalebs logo Zalebs 6 days ago Joy Mphande
© Instagram: mbaureloaded

Khanyi Mbau has had some controversial stories linked to her recently after she was said to be owing her bestie Somizi money and being spotted with her ex-boyfriend Tebogo Lerole.

In a recent interview on Metro FM Khanyi Mbau cleared the air about her relationship with Somizi saying that it was not true as their relationship is not based on money.

“Somizi and I know it’s never been about money, if I find him at a restaurant, he’ll pay and vice versa...there’s no beef between us..."

a person standing next to a door: Khanyi and Somizi © Provided by Kagiso New Media Proprietary Limited Khanyi and Somizi Instagram

Speaking on her relationship with her ex-boyfriend, Khanyi Mbau said that she had tendencies of calling him.

“I don’t know where I am right now; every day is different. There are days where I want to call him; there are days where I call him, and I say something, there are days where I call him, and I hate it, actually fine, it was the best thing. Guys, it’s tough. There are days where you remember the bad things, and you’re like, there are times where you’d pause and be like, I’m not good…”

a person standing in front of a store: Khanyi Mbau and Tebogo back together © Provided by Kagiso New Media Proprietary Limited Khanyi Mbau and Tebogo back together twitter.com

Also read: Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom are back together

Khanyi went on to add that she believed that the relationship had ended a long time ago, but they just held on because they still had to fight the physical.

“Relationships die two years before they really die and in the public eye they die four years before they really die because we have members that are part of the relationship...so I think we had broken up a long time ago, I think we still fight the physical cause the physical still wants to believe…”

With Valentine's day approaching many fans are waiting to see who Khanyi Mbau’s Valentine could be after she was spotted with her ex-boyfriend recently, however, Khanyi says that the two of them are no longer together and them being seen together was just a “relapse.’’

“...it was nine years not nine months…it was a relapse...the first time was at the play…and that was the ‘zing-zing’ for the first time in a long time. Do I look away? Do I greet? And then you have this white lady going: ‘Can I please have a picture?’ After the picture, it’s like: You still look great’, and I was like: ‘Thanks.' Then your shame walking in the morning going: ‘Why?'

In Pics: The best movies about weddings

(Provided by Wonderwall International)

a man and a woman looking at the camera: <p>Movies about weddings have a way of renewing our faith in love. Remember how our hearts skipped a beat when a down-on-his-luck entertainer named Robbie (<a href="https://www.wonderwall.com/celebrity/profiles/overview/adam-sandler-840.article">Adam Sandler</a>) rushed to stop the woman he loved (<a href="https://www.wonderwall.com/celebrity/profiles/overview/drew-barrymore-275.article">Drew Barrymore</a>) from marrying the wrong man in "The Wedding Singer"? Not only did the movie incorporate a killer '80s soundtrack, but it reminded us that sometimes on the road to love, things can get a little bumpy. In honor of the film's 20th anniversary on Feb. 13, 2018, <a href="http://www.wonderwall.com">Wonderwall.com</a> is taking a look at the best wedding films throughout the years. Keep reading to see which matrimonial movies had us saying "I do"...</p> The best movies about weddings

Main image credit: instagram.com/@mbaureloaded

More From Zalebs

image beaconimage beaconimage beacon