Boity lied about buy­ing house?

Chronicle (Zimbabwe) - - Entertainment -

THE R3.75 mil­lion crib which TV dar­ling, Boity Thulo, boasted of on so­cial me­dia four months ago ap­pears to be back on the mar­ket.

In May this year, Thulo posted pic­tures of her­self at her new pad hold­ing a “sold” sign. This was fol­lowed by the mes­sage: “Never in my wildest‚ most far-fetched dreams did I ever think that God would do more for me than what I prayed for. I’m con­stantly left gob­s­macked at how God con­tin­ues to show off His love through my life.

“This wasn’t a part of the plan, but here I am‚ able to gift my­self with a house at the age of 26. I’m in com­plete awe. To God be the glory.”

City Press has since learnt that the prop­erty is listed on pri­vateprop­erty.co.za. The house in Mid­stream Ridge Es­tate in Cen­tu­rion is cur­rently oc­cu­pied.

A deed search did not re­flect any prop­erty reg­is­tered in the name of the TV ac­tress. City Press also con­tacted the es­tate agent who had sold the house to Thulo. Amanda Fair from Dormehl Prop­erty Group con­firmed that she knew who Thulo was, but de­clined to con­firm whether the house was on the mar­ket.

At­tempts to call and SMS Thulo were fruit­less as she did not pick.

While Thulo’s fans were happy for her at the time she posted on In­sta­gram about buy­ing the house, some won­dered how she would af­ford a monthly bond of be­tween R35 000 and R40 000. Some even spec­u­lated that a blesser was foot­ing the bill.

Ex-boyfriend Cassper Ny­ovest at the time de­nied that he was pay­ing for the house. Thulo is the co-host of e.tv’s mu­sic show, Club 808, and she also co-hosted the MTV show Ridicu­lous­ness Africa along­side Thomas Gumede and Nige­rian comic Bas­ket­mouth.

The Rockville ac­tress re­cently joined SABC3’s High Rollers. – Dai­lySun

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