Media personality, Boity Thulo has had “her house” put up for sale and many are wondering, “why?”.
Ntombizodwa Makhoba for channel24 reported on Sunday, September 11 2016, that a deed search for Miss Thulo’s property which she allegedly bought in May 2016 did not list her as its owner.
The house is located at Midstream Ridge Estate in Centurion, Gauteng, one of the nine provinces in South Africa.
In fact, there are no properties registered in Boity Thulo’s name anywhere in the country.
Makhoba added that the R3.75 million property which is listed on privateproperty.co.za is currently occupied.
All efforts to confirm the identity of the new occupants or reach Boity has been futile.
Thulo raised brows after the monthly bond of between R35,000 and R40,000 for the house became public.
Many speculated she had a blesser – South African for sugardaddy – who paid the bills as earnings from her job description couldn’t meet the price tag for the house.
On the 6th of May 2016, Boity asserted she bought herself the Centurion property in celebration of her 26th birthday.
She shared the news on Twitter with a photograph of herself holding a “sold” sign with the tweet,
“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 am constantly left gobsmacked at how God continues to shows 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 am in complete awe. To God be the glory.”
— Boity Thulo (@Boity) May 6, 2016
According to City Press, Amanda Fair of Dormehl Property Group who reportedly sold the house to the 26-year-old confirmed she knew Thulo’s identity, but declined to give more details regarding the property.
With all these new information, it seems someone either didn’t buy what they claim they bought or there’s a dose of controversy trailing Ms Thulo’s property.
Either way, we’ll unearth the truth.
Boity Thulo is the co-host of e.tv’s music show, Club 808. She’s also hosting the MTV show Ridiculousness Africa alongside South African actor Thomas Gumede and Nigerian comedian Basketmouth.