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Thembinkosi Lorch, a Mamelodi Sundowns star, has stirred up attention following a video of him partying with two women. The celebration comes after Sundowns secured their seventh consecutive league title this season, marking Lorch’s first league cup victory.

In an Instagram Live session, Lorch is seen embracing two women while dancing to the music at what appears to be a house party. The trio seems to be under the influence of alcohol, with Lorch holding a woman on each side as they look into the camera.

Lorch, also known as Nyoso, transferred from Orlando Pirates to Masandawana in the January transfer window. He is set to face his former club in the Nedbank Cup final on Saturday, June 1, at Mbombela Stadium in Mpumalanga.

Earlier this year, Lorch and actress Natasha Thahane announced their amicable separation on Instagram. Thahane, known for her role in “Blood & Water,” shared that they would remain friends and co-parents, expressing optimism about the future.

Shortly after the breakup announcement, Thahane posted a clip from Rihanna’s 2009 ABC News interview, where the singer discussed her experience of domestic abuse by Chris Brown. This post led fans to speculate that Thahane might have been hinting at similar issues in her relationship with Lorch.

Adding to the speculation, a screenshot circulated showing Thahane liking a comment that asked if she had also been hit by Lorch. Although Thahane did not directly respond, her interaction with the comment fueled rumors.

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Days later, Thahane shared another cryptic message, expressing gratitude for surviving a difficult situation. This led fans to believe there may have been more to the story behind their breakup.

Lorch currently has a suspended sentence for assaulting his ex-girlfriend, Fundiswa Nokuphiwa Mathithibala, in 2020.

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