These Celebs Are Secretive About Their Baes

Why all the secrecy ladies?

By  | May 19, 2020, 02:11 PM  | Relationships

So it's not everyone who wants to reveal their bae to the entire world. Some like to keep their relationships private away from the public eye. These ladies are doing just that as they have never showed their baes, not even a single tweet or Instagram post. Nothing.

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These ladies want to keep the identities of their lovers a secret. Perhaps at a later stage they are going to reveal their significant others, but for now they are keeping a tight lid on it. 
Which seems strange, given that they're the biggest stars in the entertainment business... Surely they know no-one works harder than the Twitter detectives, right?
With that being said, so what's really going on with these ladies?
Ayanda has been sharing snaps of her boyfriend on her Insta stories, but with a heart-face emoji covering his face.
According to a local publication in South Africa, Sunday Sun, the mystery man is none other than Lerato Kganyago's ex-fiance Papi Rabolai.
We wonder how long they'll keep this secret up?

Thando is rumoured to be dating Selimanthunzi presenter Lunga Shabalala. The two were first spotted at The Durban July last month looking rather cosy together 
Thando and Lunga both vacationed in the Maldives at the same time and according to tweeps, even shared the same room.
Thando tweets and shares Insta stories about her 'boyfriend', but always keeps his face obscured.
Sorry Lunga & Thando, we see right through your little game!
After getting burnt by a few bad relationships, LKG has taken the decision to keep her new boyfriend's identity a secret.
Not before teasing her fans with some juicy information; "“I am seeing someone and he is living in Europe. He is an amazing guy, and yes if he asks to marry me, I will gladly do so as he completes my world,” Lerato told Move magazine earlier this year.
She also responded to a tweep who asked if she was seeing someone.

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