Mthunzi “Shogun” Ngani, the stepson of music composer Lebo M, has responded to the abuse allegations levelled against him by the mother of his child, Ashleigh Ogle, via an Instagram post on 31 January.
THE DOMESTIC VIOLENCE ACCUSATIONS
Shogun’s mother, Angela Ngani-Casara, and Lebo M had an on-and-off relationship for 12 years which makes Shogun Lebo M’s stepson.
Entertainment blogger Musa Khawula shared a video that shows Shogun breaking into his ex-girlfriend Ashleigh Ogle’s home. He allegedly hurt himself trying to forcefully open the sliding door at her house. These videos were shared on Ashleigh’s Instagram account. Take a look…
“He hurt himself trying to get to me and my daughter,” she wrote.
Ashleigh also claimed that Shogun tried to get physical with her and their daughter while his mother and sister watched.
“When I asked him to leave, he got in my face and I fell on my bed and he got on top of me while his mother watched him hold me down and that’s where I got the wound, I was trying to get away,” she said on her Instagram story.
She also shared a lengthy Instagram post about abusive partners.
SHOGUN: ‘YOU DESERVE A MAN, NOT A BOY’
Shogun has since responded to these claims via a lengthy Instagram post. Take a look..
“You were my rock, you helped me in my darkest times and experienced all my blessings. It’s heartbreaking to see how much damage we have caused each other. All I ever wanted was to see you become everything I saw you to be,” he wrote.
“We were not the most orthodox relationship but God knows damn well we tried very hard. We both don’t deserve this. You will forever be a part of my heart and memories and I’ll carry myself in the manner in which you saw me. Ashleigh you are a beautiful and wonderful person but just as good as it can be is as bad and bitter as it can be,” he continued.
“Everyone is saying handle the situation like this and that don’t say this don’t say that. Well ima say it out loud just to see how it feels. I love you I appreciate you. You deserve a man not a boy growing into a man,” he added.