Kabza De Small pays lobola for his long-time girlfriend

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Kabza De Small is officially off the market.
Kabza De Small is officially off the market.
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Amapiano superstar, Kabza De Small, is off the market. He has paid lobola for his long-time girlfriend, Kamogelo Geloo Moropa.

According to a close friend of the couple, the star - whose real name is Kabelo Motha - got hitched last month.

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“He went to pay lobola for Kamo and they are both keeping it under wraps. Kabza is wearing iziphandla to show that he’s taken,” says the friend.

The friend tells TRUELOVE that Kabza De Small has been wearing iziphandla since the end of September.

@kabelomotha_ Instagram.

“He has been wearing two iziphandla on his wrists since the end of last month. He is not posting his wife because that’s something they agreed on. Kamo, on the other hand, posted a picture of herself in traditional attire and tagged him,” says the friend.

Kabza De Small has been dating Kamo for a while now.

Image: Supplied.

“They have been dating – on and off – for some time now. He even dated someone else, but that didn’t work out because he loves Kamo.”

The star, dubbed one of the Kings of Amapiano, approached Kamo’s family to ask for her hand in marriage. “He has always known that Kamo is the one for him.”

According to the friend, the star wanted to keep the lobola ceremony away from prying eyes. “He wants to keep this under wraps and this is the advice he got from his family.”

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“Kamo has also always kept a low profile and because of the pressure that comes with being in the public eye, the couple has decided to keep this private.”

Image: Facebook.

The white wedding is expected to take place soon.

“They are going to have a white wedding but I can’t say much right now because I’m not even supposed to be talking to you,” says the friend.

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