Justice will eventually prevail, says Pretty Samuels as Lebo M leaves court in smiles. The protection order that Samuels filed against Morake is now set to be heard on December 5.
Lebo M, famed for his songwriting and vocal contributions to film soundtracks such as The Lion King, was seen leaving the Randburg magistrate’s court in high spirits. Accompanied by his lawyer and management team, he appeared unperturbed by the proceedings.
Following the hearing, news reporters attempted to secure a comment from Lebo M. However, his manager informed that the composer had been advised to refrain from discussing the case until the next court date. Lebo M himself reiterated this stance outside the Randburg magistrate’s court.
Justice will eventually prevail, says Pretty Samuels as Lebo M leaves court in smiles
Pretty Samuels confidently exited the court, expressing her faith in the legal system. She told news reporter that she was optimistic about justice being served but refrained from commenting on the protection order due to sub judice rules. She stated, “I think it’s too early to say [how I am feeling]. We just came out of court. I’m still consulting. I do know that justice will eventually prevail.”
A source revealed to news reporters that the protection order allows Pretty to continue residing in one of Lebo’s properties.
Pretty confirmed that she had received the divorce summons and was in consultation with her legal team regarding the proceedings.
Lebo M’s Future Marital Prospects
This marks Lebo M’s latest attempt at marriage which, unfortunately, seems to have ended in disappointment once again. He shared his doubts about future marital endeavors with Sunday Times, stating, “I don’t know if I will ever marry again. I won’t share a home with a woman any more, [even if] I fall in love with them. Until my youngest is at least 20-25 and I’m lucky to be alive.”