Boity confirms split from Cassper

Boity Thulo, Cassper Nyovest (Instagram)
Boity Thulo, Cassper Nyovest (Instagram)

Johannesburg- TV personality Boity Thulo and Cassper Nyovest have officially called it quits after dating for five months. 

After weeks of speculation surrounding their whirlwind romance which included rumours of cheating allegations, Boity has come out to set the record straight. 

Speaking exclusively to True Love magazine, Boity slammed cheating rumours explaining that the split was amicable. 

"We broke up in December and I cried about it, I got angry about it, I tried to convince myself that it's okay then eventually you are just like life actually continues," Boity said in a video posted by the magazine. 

The Club 808 presenter also poured cold water over the cheating rumours, adding that, Cassper was absolutely respectful to her. 

"Not once did I ever feel like he's cheating on me or he's giving someone else attention. There was never a time we fought about any girl, he was absolutely respectful towards me in terms of his female fans. Funny enough the female fans just showed me so much respect as well," she added. 

Boity added that the reason for their breakup was time management. "It's just time that's all it was," she said. 

The couple made their romance public in July, which coincided with the launch of Boity's Legit fashion range. In the months that followed both their social media accounts overflowed with pictures of each other.

Shortly after Cassper filled up the Dome, Boity whisked him off to an island baecation, which had everyone green with envy. Suddenly the public display of affection came to a halt, which added fuel to the already swirling rumour mill. 

Here's the full video: 

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