Boity addresses Anton Jeftha dating rumours in trending YouTube video: 'I'm single'

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Boity Thulo
Boity Thulo
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After her milestone achievement of becoming South Africa's most-followed female on Instagram, rapper, actor and Director of BT Signature, Boity Thulo, joins social media personality, Lasizwe in an epic game of Drink or Tell the Truth. 

Watch as these two icons dig deep into their relationships and conflicts while celebrating the impact they've had on South African culture. 

Currently number 1 on YouTube Trending, you can catch all the glamour, scandal and humour of 'Drink or Tell the Truth' here:  

Before diving into the scandalous gossip, the series has become famous for, Boity gives Lasizwe a selection of alcoholic and non-alcoholic BT Signature peach flavoured frizzante - a brand she holds a directorship stake.  

After that, Lasizwe goes no holds barred, immediately jumping in with an awkward question about Boity's career. Lasizwe asks Boity about a female artist or rapper she would never want to work with again, name-dropping Gigi Lamayne, Nadia Nakai, Nomuzi and Rouge.  

Boity decided to forgo drinking a bizarre concoction crafted by Lasizwe's team and bravely shares her sentiments, but not without first acknowledging all her talented peers in the industry. She jokingly responds: "I love Rouge, I love Gigi. Nadia is my girl. I'll have to pick Nomuzi. She'll be fine with it." 

The much-loved personalities also discuss their respective reality shows, with Lasizwe emphasising the importance of making your mark in the entertainment industry. 

With refreshing sips of BT Signature in between, the two then delve into the real reason everyone tuned in - Boity's love life. Lasizwe questions her break-up with Cassper Nyovest and tries to settle those pesky Anton Jeftha rumours. Boity's response? "I'm single. I'm forever single!" 

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