Radio personality, Lerato Kganyago caused a stir on Friday, 17 August 2018 after posting a picture of herself holding a baby named Gift.
Radio jockey, Lerato Kganyago confused her fans on Friday after posting a photograph of herself holding a baby. After receiving hordes of congratulatory messages, Kganyago cleared the air with a series of tweets.
Kganyago initially posted the photograph, captioned with, “My GIFT finally arrived! 🖤” Fans quickly proceeded to congratulate her on the arrival, with some speculating that she had adopted the little one. Kganyago then cleared up the confusion in a series of posts. She wrote,
“Guys!!! Not like that! I WISH! 😢”
“I know you guys want me to have my little one so bad… Y’all are just amazing ❤️.”
And, “Guys it’s just a pic of me and a baby I named GIFT. 🤗”
Her followers were, nevertheless. encouraging about the prospect of her becoming a mother. One fan wrote, “You’d make a great mama… no pressure but the excitement on the thought that you have adopted 😍😍😍.”
Lerato Kganyago has revealed in interviews that she is unable to have children as she suffers from fibroids. She has spoken about suffering through the pain of two miscarriages. She said, “I have blocked the idea of having children completely because of the pain that I went through when I miscarried. I wouldn’t put that on my worst enemy. It is the most painful thing ever, especially when you really want to have a child.” She has, however. claimed to be open to the option of adoption.
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