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Leeroy Sidambe denies dating influencer Mihlali Ndamase.

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Leeroy Sidambe denies dating influencer Mihlali Ndamase.

‘My relationship reports always dent my business, and it’s unfair to my kids and family’: Businessman Leeroy Sidambe.

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Zimbabwean-born businessman Leeroy Sidambe has seg the record straight in reports he has rekindled his relationship with award-winning content creator Mihlali Ndamase.

LEEROY SIDAMBE DENIES GETTING BACK TOGETHER WITH MIHLALI NDAMASE

Speaking to TshisaLIVE, the businessman responded to a social media post alleging that the former couple were back together.

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“Forever Yena! Mihlali allegedly goes back to Leeroy Sidambe,” read the caption which was accompanied by a picture if the exes.

Responding, Leeroy saud: “My relationship reports always dent my business, and it’s unfair to my kids and family.

“Guys, can we at least stop reporting on my love life? You know every time, you guys don’t give me a breather, it’s not OK. I am not dating Mihlali nor are we back together.”

Leeroy further begged that Mihlali be left alone.

“No, this isn’t right. Every time it’s my relationships that get well-documented in the media. Please give her a break as well, I beg you guys.”

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BREAK-UP, SARS WOES AND SPOUSAL MAINTENANCE

Mihlali and Leeroy started dating in 2022, with lots of cheating reports surrounding their relationship as the business man’s estranged wife, Mary-Jane Sidambe, accused the influencer of being a homewrecker.

Following several other reports about their relationship, including Mary-Jane taking Leeroy to court for spousal support, Mihlali confirmed that she was no longer dating the entrepreneur in December last year.

In November last year Sunday World reported that Leeroy owed the South African Revenue Service (SARS) almost R30 million.

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At the time, SARS was reported to have applied for a court order at the Johannesburg High Court to force the businessman – who owns a security company called Sakhile Ezweni Group – to settle his bill or his assets with be attached and sold.

A letter was reportedly sent to Sidambe on 17 October, stating that he should cough up R29 955 350.74. In the letter, it is revealed that he initially owed R24 million, however, it has since accumulated.

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Alaa Hamdy

Professional entertainment content writer in Hanover, South Africa. I know all the secrets of celebrities

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