MacG and his fiancee Naledi-Image Source@TwitterMacG and his fiancee Naledi-Image Source@Twitter

Netizens Accuse MacG Of Manipulating Naledi Into Saying Yes With His Public Proposal

On Saturday 29 July, the renowned South African podcaster MacG, whose real name is Macgyver Mukwevho, achieved a significant milestone by reaching 1 million subscribers. To commemorate this achievement, he hosted a grand event at the Sunbet Arena, where thousands of his enthusiastic fans gathered to celebrate with him.

A Special Moment: Proposal to Naledi Monamodi

MacG and his fiancee Naledi-Image Source@Twitter
MacG and his fiancee Naledi-Image Source@Twitter

During the momentous event, MacG seized the opportunity to make it even more memorable by proposing to his longterm girlfriend, Naledi Monamodi, in front of the large crowd. The atmosphere was electrifying as the Podcast and Chill host expressed his appreciation for Naledi’s unwavering support throughout their journey.

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“Before all of this happened, there was a lady by my side who stood next to me, she told me ‘baby, you can do this.’ She told me ‘baby, there’s no one else who can do this’ when we just had an iPad. She did the first show when I was out, broke, and didn’t have any money,” Mac G shared with overwhelming applause as he got down on one knee to propose.

Accusations of Manipulation

While the majority of people congratulated MacG on his engagement to Naledi, some raised concerns about the public proposal. Allegations surfaced, suggesting that MacG may have used the crowd to manipulate Naledi into saying yes, particularly since it was reported that she had apparently turned down his proposal on three separate occasions in the past.

“Lmao. Oh, then he definitely proposed in front of all those people to manipulate her into saying yes,” one person commented on social media, reflecting the sentiment of a few others who shared similar opinions.

Public Proposals: Mixed Reactions

The public proposal ignited a debate about the ethics and intentions behind such grand gestures. Many people chimed in with their thoughts in the comment section.

“Public proposals are so manipulative and a huge red flag, but I guess some people like them, so to each their own,” one person expressed, highlighting the concerns surrounding public displays of affection.

On the other hand, another person offered a contrasting viewpoint, stating, “If he didn’t propose, we were going to say he’s not serious about her. Twitter standards are complex,” illustrating the pressure and scrutiny that public figures often face in their personal relationships.

 

 

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