Orlando Pirates Player Thembinkosi Lorch Dumps Natasha Thahane For His Ex Nokuphiwa?

Footballer Thembinkosi Lorch has stirred discussions on social media with rumors suggesting that he parted ways with actress Natasha Thahane to reconcile with his former girlfriend Nokuphiwa. Their prior breakup was marred by allegations of domestic violence, prompting their separation before Lorch’s involvement with Natasha.

Speculation of a reunion was fueled when Nokuphiwa shared past photos of her and Lorch during their relationship, accompanied by nostalgic captions. Others opine that if a connection lingers between Lorch and his ex, a reconciliation might occur.

Allegations are that he is afraid of taking responsibility to the newly born child hence he ran away to his ex girlfriend.

In recent times, Thembinkosi Lorch and Natasha Thahane made headlines due to reports of their separation. Gossiper Musa Khawula indicated that Lorch had removed images of Natasha Thahane and the couple had unfollowed each other on Instagram. The post prompted conjectures about their split, inciting comments from netizens. Even controversial YouTuber Slik Talk expressed skepticism about their relationship, describing Lorch as a liability and a letdown.

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