Londie London and MabongaLondie London and Mabonga-Image Source@Instagram

Former cast member of Real Housewives of Durban (RHOD), Londie London, has firmly denied rumors of a breakup with her partner, Mabonga.

On the evening of Sunday, October 29, the talented singer shared a captivating photo of herself and her partner on social media with the caption, “Night swim.”

In addition to the picture, the Suk’Emabhozeni singer went live on her Instagram to address the speculations. She made it clear that she and her man were enjoying a relaxing time on an island, living their best lives together.

Refuting the Claims

These rumors of a breakup emerged amidst speculation on social media that the couple had parted ways, and it was even suggested that Mabonga, a businessman, had repossessed the vehicles he had gifted Londie earlier this year.

The popular X gossip account, @advobarryroux, posted, “Londie London & Mabonga broke up. After the break up Mabonga went & repossessed the cars he bought for her.”

Londie London new car-Image Source@Instagram
Londie London new car-Image Source@Instagram

It’s worth noting that these rumors may have been fueled by the recent purchase of a Bentley by her ex-fiancé, Hlubi Nkosi.

Londie London’s Relationship with Mabonga

In May, Londie London and Mabonga caught the attention of Twitter users as images of the couple went viral. Mabonga hails from Eskhawini, a town situated between Richards Bay and Empangeni in KwaZulu-Natal.

According to Salty Entertainment, a popular gossip account, Mabonga has a controversial history, allegedly dating Sbahle Mpisane. Furthermore, he is rumored to have paid lobolo (dowry) for another woman in December of last year.

Luxury Gifts from Mabonga to Londie London

Londie London made headlines again when she revealed that Mabonga had gifted her with yet another luxurious BMW. This present came a week after he bought her a BMW, which was similar to the one Hlubi Nkosi had repossessed earlier this year.

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