Mpho Sebeng’s ‘girlfriend’ shares their last moments

TikToker Nolu Ledwaba, who was reportedly dating Mpho Sebeng, recently shared her last moments and memories with the actor.


Social media user @sanelenkosi took to X on Sunday, 12 May to share Nolu Ledwaba and Mpho Sebeng’s videos and photos.

“Noluu Ledwaba shares beautiful memories of her late boyfriend, Mpho Sebeng,” said Nkosi.

This comes after Ledwaba also shared an “intimate” photo and a video of herself and Sebeng on TikTok on 31 March.

In the video, the TikToker plays a song, “What’s a Soulmate,” with a photo of them kissing.

The TikToker also commented on Sebeng’s Instagram posts and said: “She’d love him forever.”

South Africans took to social media this weekend to comfort Ledwaba after she shared her memories with the actor.

@reaschwarz: “After losing a parent, this is secondary to the worst pain. I hope she heals.”

@Ketso28: “Praying for her healing and recovery. This is such a traumatic experience that doesn’t go away anytime soon. Ke sono shame.”

@Ihhashi_Turkei: “Aah man, this how must be so hard for you. Strength, love and light to her.”

@Acwengi72187437: “Losing a significant other would absolutely rock me. Hope she finds healing.”

@becomingzozii: “Shout out to Mpho man. This girl is one of the few women who get to mourn their partners without finding out about other ‘partners’.”

Screenshot via Instagram @mpho_sebeng
Actress Vele Manenje spoke about her bond with the late actor, Mpho Sebeng, at his memorial service on Thursday, 9 May at Joburg Theatre.

Zimoja reports that Manenje said Sebeng was her brother, her best friend and her daughter’s godfather.

“I am the adopted daughter of Nomsa Sebeng, Bra Joe. The adopted sister to Lebogang and the entire family. He became my brother from another mother.”

She adds that they met during the auditions of Queen of Katwe and that the best years of his life, she believes were spent with her.

“I danced and sang with my heart open and my soul open. I now trust because you trusted me with your life,” she ended her tribute with a traditional Tshivenda bow.

The Citizen reports that the actor died in a car accident in Potchefstroom, North West in the early hours of Sunday, 5 May.

TshisaLIVE reports that Generations: The Legacy actor Aubrey Poo was the MC for the star-studded funeral service of the Ring of Lies actor.

Screenshots via Instagram @mpho_sebeng