Dineo Moeketsi Reveals why she had to pay lobola for Solo

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Dineo Moeketsi Reveals why she had to pay lobola for Solo

Apart from her career, two other things that Dineo takes seriously are her family and relationship together with her partner, rapper Solo. She loves him such a lot in order that they both paid lobola for every other!
Dineo Moeketsi Reveals why she had to pay lobola for Solo
“A message was conveyed to me through a dream, saying we first had to urge our ancestors familiar with one another . this is able to , in turn, help them co-exist peacefully going forward. To avoid any friction between the 2 sides, amadlozi need to pay lobola for every other – although it’s not always the case if two spiritually gifted people are during a relationship. One must get direction from their ancestors. I also had to pay lobola to his ancestors,” Dineo told Drum Magazine

Known as the most well liked couple in Mzansi entertainment, Solo and Dineo Moeketsi have consistently shown us in additional ways than one why they’re one among our faves.
Dineo Moeketsi Reveals why she had to pay lobola for Solo
In July 2018, rumours that Solo had tied the knot with Dineo ran amok as pictures of what seemed like a standard wedding surfaced on social media. Although the couple neither confirmed nor denied that that they had a standard wedding, it’s quite clear that the rapper had indeed paid lobola for The Queen actress.

Dineo Moeketsi Reveals why she had to pay lobola for SoloIn a recent message on Instagram, Solo reminisced about the good decisions that have impacted his journey as a person of purpose. He even mentioned that he had even begun the method of lobola negotiations and even went through an initiation process last year, highlighting the very fact that his priorities have definitely changed in these past few years.
Dineo Moeketsi Reveals why she had to pay lobola for Solo
He wrote: “This time last year, I had sent a delegation to barter amalobola. I had also skilled an initiation. I rounded off the year, focussing on my family and tradition. At 30 years old, my priorities are different. My understanding of identity is different. It’s everything to me. Everything connects in my life. My art, my spirituality and my family. Let no man plan to dismantle what i’m building. Laba abahamba nami bakhulu!!”

Respect to you, Solo. you’re indeed a person of purpose.