Here’s how Mihlali and her boyfriend, Leeroy Sidambe met. Mihlali Ndamase, a South African beauty influencer and the CEO of Malakyt SA, and businessman Leeroy Sidambe have been dating for a year. The couple is still together despite having revealed their new romance to the public along with scandals.
In a previous interview, Mihlali acknowledged that she has feelings for Leeroy Sidambe.
“I am crazy in love,” she told Nounouche.
“I was charmed from the beginning, from the moment I spoke to this man. We were on the phone for six weeks until he couldn’t wait any longer,” she said told her thousands of viewers.
She and Leeroy were on a vacation at the time of the live.
“I caught feelings. Love him like it’s day one, from the moment we met we both just knew. Our first kiss was on the first day we met. He claims he did not know who I am.”
In the interview with Nounouche, Mihlali said she will never speak too much about her relationships, only when she is married.
“I don’t see the need to speak about my relationships. I will only speak openly of my relationship when I am married.”
Here’s how Mihlali and her boyfriend, Leeroy Sidambe met
She opened up about how she did not like the way the relationship was introduced to the public. She also denied stealing Leeroy from his wife Mary-Jane Sidambe.
“The timing to post each other was not right. He posted and I reposted his story. People will always have their opinions, it doesn’t affect me. I am a firm believer in living my life the way I do. I also understand the responsibility I have as a public figure so I am conscious about it.”
“Another important thing is that men are not possessions, you don’t just take and run with it. People are responsible for themselves. We make it seem like these men cannot think for themselves and in that regard, we never hold them to the same standards we hold women.”
Speaking of scandals, Mihlali recently received bad news after Sunday World revealed that Mihlali’s boyfriend had received a court order requiring him to return his wife’s Range Rover Autobiography. Mihlali swore she had never driven a pre-owned Range Rover.
“Can we just take a moment to chuckle at the fact that dead news publications tried so hard to drive the narrative that I accepted and was driving a car that doesn’t belong to me? I’d leave my beautiful baby Benz and the cars at home to settle for a used Range Rover like I’m desperate,” she wrote.
“I am a woman of standards and I will maintain that standard baby. Nizonya when I buy myself a Bentley,” said Mihlali.