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Wednesday, March 20, 2013




CASTER Semenya is in love! Just weeks after rumours surfaced on social networks that middle-distance world champion and Olympiad Caster was pregnant she brushed off our enquiries with an adamant, “My private life has nothing to do with you.”

DRUM went searching for answers.

While the rumours that she’s pregnant are unlikely, DRUM can reveal that the 22-year-old athlete is “madly in love” with 27-year-old fellow athlete Violet Ledile Raseboya. Rumours of their relationship go as far back as 2008 when fellow athletes noticed the two had grown close.

DRUM can reveal that the lovebirds have been living together for two years and became “very serious” recently.

No fewer than four sources known to the couple say the lovebirds also “make life decisions together” and are set to wed as soon as time permits. “Caster is not dating a Bafana Bafana player, nor is she pregnant – that would be ridiculous. She’s with Violet and they’re lesbians,”  says our source.

Limpopo-born Caster hit the limelight after she was scandalously subjected to gender testing after winning the 800 metres at the 2009 World Championships. Back then she used to wear a gold ring on her left pinkie finger. These days it’s her left ring finger that sports a gold wedding band.
South African top athlete Caster Semenya is engaged to be married soon to her long time lover Raseboya. Semenya 22, is engaged to fellow athlete Violet Ledile Raseboya 27 and word on the street is that these two lovebirds have had something going on between them since 2008. According to Drum, Semenya is deeply and madly in love with Violet and the two have in fact been living together for the last two years and even making serious life decisions together. Sources further say that the couple seeks to wed as soon as time permits. This revelation negates the rumours that were previously flying around claiming that Semenya is dating a Bafana Bafana Player and  others saying she is pregnant.As a source revealed to Drum, "She's with Violet and they're lesbians." Semenya is a top athlete in South Africa but it wasn't until she was pulled off the track to undergo a drug and gender test that she captured the whole world's attention. There was speculation that she was a man and should not be allowed in the women races or that she was using steroids to boost her performance. She has since been allowed back on the racing tracks and even managed to secure a Silver medal for South Africa last year in the London 2012 Summer Olympics in the women's 800 metres race.

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