The media personality has always been open about her struggle to have kids but she recently got candid about how that makes her feel in an interview on Behind The Story with Pearl Thusi.
Radio DJ and television personality Lerato Kganyago bravely opened up about her infertility on Twitter.
After wishing her followers a happy Mother’s Day on Sunday, a tweep asked when she would be having her own children. Lerato replied to the tweet that she could not have children.
“I can’t have children. Hope I won’t be asked this question ever again on this app,” she tweeted.
The beauty opened up about the show that made her a household name, The LKG Show, that controversial True Love Magazine cover and having miscarriages.
Two years ago, Kganyago opened up about her miscarriage and fertility problems in an interview with True Love magazine. She told the publication she suffered from fibroids, which doctors told her would make it difficult to fall pregnant. Kganyago miscarried her first baby five months into her pregnancy.
“I was admitted, and after the doctor did a scan, she told me I had miscarried. I sat on the hospital bed numb. I called my mom and my ex, who both cried,” she told True Love.
Lerato also said she had been going for counselling, which helped her find peace and closure with a lot of things that she was dealing with in her life. Her Twitter fans sent her well wishes after her heartbreaking revelation.
On losing her pregnancies, Lerato shared how she went to her doctor and there was no heartbeat. “I kept asking, ‘Is everything okay?’. I won’t lie at some point I felt like lesser of a woman. All I want is just someone to hold in my arms,” Lerato shared.
Watch her interview teaser below.
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