Letoya Makhene allegedly fails to pay R2000 restaurant bill, her wife Lebo runs away

Letoya Makhene allegedly fails to pay R2000 restaurant bill, her wife Lebo runs away

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Generations: The Legacy actress Letoya Makhene-Pulumo was allegedly left stranded next to a petroleum station after she and her wife Lebo Keswa-Pulumo‘s night out at Montecasino in Fourways last month. The publication learnt that the celebrity couple was unable to pay a R2 000 bill that they had run up at the Fireroom Sushi Restaurant. Sources on the brink of them have claimed that Makhene-Pulumo and Keswa-Pulumo were having an honest time at the flamboyant restaurant, but when it had been time to pay the bill, they allegedly didn’t have money. “Letoya and Lebo were at Fireroom restaurant having fun, but once they had to pay the R2 000 bill, they didn’t have money,” said an insider who works within the TV industry. “They called me saying they were calling other friends of theirs to bail them out. i used to be shocked when these people called me, requesting me to e-wallet them cash. What quite people are these who leave and run a bill of R2 000 while knowing that they don’t have the cash to pay?” According to another source on the brink of the couple, the drama continued at a close-by gasoline station. “I received calls and messages from Lebo and Letoya asking me to send them money. Later, Letoya called me telling me that Lebo had left her at the garage. She had disappeared and was nowhere to be found. “Letoya was crying. She even told me that she didn’t have money for an Uber. i actually felt pitying her as she was telling me what had happened,” said the source. When City Press sent Makhene-Pulumo questions via a messenger app, she denied being the owner of the cellphone number. She said that the amount belonged to her business, House of Kgwedi, which she uses to sell her traditional medicines and concoctions Later, the couple sent a response via their lawyer,142505978 1242153312852936 837406326157974107 n

Thato Mmamadi of AMS Attorneys. “In respect of the above, we wish to advise that our clients’ rights remain strictly reserved in the least times and what’s contained below shouldn’t be construed as a limitation of any of their rights successively. “Our clients confirm that they settle their dining bills and on the precise bill [Fireroom] mentioned, our clients inform have settled such a bill. “Confirmation could also be sought from the restaurant under discussion,” said Mmamadi. On the claims that Keswa-Pulumo had left her wife stranded near the N1 highway, Mmamadi said: “Our clients haven’t any recollection of the incident. Unfortunately, we cannot discuss such an event because it had not taken place. We record that the above communication and questions were directed to a business number employed by our clients for internal business communication.screenshot 2021 03 07 001mmmmmmmm

“It is our trust that the above answers are going to be afforded your consideration in publishing any intended articles in line with journalistic standards,” the lawyer wrote. A waitress at the Fireroom restaurant said: “I was working that night and that i realize the incident, but speak to the manager.” She then gave the phone to a colleague, who claimed to be a manager: “I can’t discuss that issue as it’s a sensitive matter. In fact, i used to be not on duty.” Albert Huva, who the couple’s lawyers had identified as their contact at the restaurant, confirmed that Makhene-Pulumo and Keswa-Pulumo had dined at Fireroom. “I wasn’t on duty on the night the couple was there. However, supported the report I received, the couple paid their bill,” Huva said.