The Katlego Maboe saga continues. Well Outsurance felt it had to state its position after tweeps called for its fall after they dropped the presenter from their roster.
Outsurance spokesperson Natasha Kawulesar spoke to IOL earlier this week to respond to the backlash they faced after they pulled Katlego Maboe’s ads from their site as a result of cheating and domestic abuse claims made by Katlego’s estranged wife Monique Muller.
Outsurance makes it clear that Katlego was not an employee but a paid actor who worked and got paid on a campaign-by- campaign basis.
Katlego has also been paid for all his work and outsurance owes him nothing.
“It is important to note that Katlego is not an Outsurance employee or a permanent contractor to Outsurance. He is a professional actor who is paid on a campaign-by- campaign basis. Katlego has received his full compensation from Outsurance for all past as well as the current campaign in which he was featured. This includes performance as well as full usage fees for the entire campaign,”
While rumours are circulationg that Nikita was Katlego’s work wife, Outsurance denies these claims.
“We also want to clarify that Nikita Murray is not a current Outsurance employee. She last worked for the company in 2018. Katlego and Nikita met independently”
Tweeps had called out the insurance company for wanting to fire him for cheating on his wife.
If katleho loses he's job because of this scandal I advise we cancel our policies with outsurance normalize standing with your own bayafeba nabo#Outsuranceguy #OutsuranceMustFall #katlegomaboe hes private life has nothing to do with the debit orders that's happen monthly pic.twitter.com/hRCJDSrMuv
— Mbalenhle Mblee Mhlongo (@MbleeMhlongo) October 23, 2020
Outsurance & Expresso show are unfair!This is a domestic affair,a common story of a cheating husband.We should boycott this type of conduct from this companies.I mean who has ever lost a job bcoz of cheating?This is pure nonsense.#Outsuranceguy #katlegomaboe #OutsuranceMustFall pic.twitter.com/5YTMTOdE9D
— Motho wa Modimo (@MModimo) October 23, 2020