Reokeditswe Makete, the ex girlfriend of alleged abuser Donell Mbele, has come out to deny allegations that she too abused him, making their relationship toxic. According to Zimoja Donell appeared in court for physical assault and his case has reportedly been moved to February 2023. Images of his Bruised lip has come to light and sources claim Reokeditswe is to blame for them.
“I’m pissed as f***k cause if I really had to speak the truth about the situation yall would be shook!” wrote a very angry Reokeditswe who flatly denied the allegations made.
According to the blog a friend of Reokeditswe's claimed that she is very short tempered and suffers from depression. It is also alleged that her family booked her into a mental institution to deal with her alleged depression. The friend alleged that she spat on his face once when he hugged another girl.
“We all used to hang at Monte Casino. She does not like it when other girls talk to Donell. She once spat on his face for hugging another hun. He sent a text to say she is starting again. I tried to call but that is when she was swearing at me accusing us of dating, they had no clue I was still listening because Donell did not hang up. I remember him begging her not to touch his face until she bit him on the lip,” the friend told the publication. “We begged them so many times to leave each other alone, especially after she once called her family and friends claiming that she had been kidnapped, meanwhile she took an Uber to go see him. Donell thought it was just drama. She is a nice girl, but we all know and she knows the truth.”
A very angry Reokeditswe slammed these reports and said they are lies.
"The lies in the fu*ken media! Wooooooooow" exclaimed Reokeditswe Makete.
Donell's mother, Sonia Mbele issued a statement addressing this and said her son would face the music.
"I not only welcomed Reokeditswe Makete into my home but I treated her as a daughter and I worked with her in support of her career in the entertainment industry, and right now I would like to reassure her that she still has my love and full support.
"As a mother I wish she had come to me to inform me on what was going on because finding out on social media broke my heart. I've always been there, I've always been supportive," she added.
"I now realise I should have taken preventative measures much earlier such as counseling and/or child therapy, but sometimes the mistake we tend to make as African single mothers is to assume and hope things will work out for the best meanwhile certain past behaviors can affect generations to come. "
"With that said Donell will face his demons and take accountability for his actions and let the law take its course. I refuse to raise a man like his father. Rehab, therapy and internal healing will prevail," she concluded and also thanked South Africans.
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