Tsholo – known for her role as the devious gold-digger Meme on the SABC2 soapie Muvhango – recently spoke to Mapaseka on her radio show, Home with Mapaseka Mokwele, in defence of the claims made by her baby daddy, Dingaan

Dingaan was on an episode of the show which dealt with the issue of men being denied access to their children, during which he accused Tsholo of refusing him access to his daughter.

Tsholo insisted on being given a chance to defend herself, and denied that she wouldn’t let Dingaan see his child. She claims that he physically abused her during their relationship, and that he avoids her at all costs because of it.

But the actress didn’t stop there.

Sunday World reports that Tsholo also went on to blame Mapaseka for souring her relationship with Dingaan, when Mapaseka reportedly accused Tsholo of flirting with her husband, media personality Thabo ‘T-Bose’ Mokwele, something for which she claims her ex-boyfriend beat her up

Speaking to Mapaseka live on air following Dingaan’s accusations, Tsholo said: “At that point even you Mapaseka, you were the point of contention for that abuse to happen. In 2010, I went to abuti Thabo’s show where he was interviewing me and a colleague and at the end of the show he [Mobeke] called me and said you said I was flirting with your husband.”

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Denying that any of this even happened, Mapaseka said she doesn’t have time for petty cat fights.

“Er … listen, my darling, let me correct a few things for you, let me help you out with something. Let me correct a few things for you. One, it is not my business who interviews who on air my love, I wouldn’t bother, not with anybody and it’s not about … it’s like I wouldn’t go out of my way to do that, so that cannot be true, let’s move that out of the way,(sic)” she is quoted as saying.

When approached for comment, Tsholo told Sunday World that she plans to lay a formal complaint with the Kaya FM station manager, as well as the Broadcasting Complaints Commission of South Africa (BCCSA) on

Dingaan – who is also known for playing the flamboyant yuppie investment broker James Motsamai in Muvhango – refused to comment, and the paper failed to get hold of Mapaseka.

Author: Team Talk