Oti Mabuse says she’s ‘so sad’ after dog incident
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Strictly Come Dancing professional Oti Mabuse, 30, frequently documents her daily activities and home life for her social media fans, but today was different as she was left feeling very frustrated by her pet dog’s antics at home. The reigning champ of the BBC One programme said that she had been left “heartbroken” by the incident.
It’s so stupid but I’m so heartbroken
In a string of several posts on her Instagram Stories, South African born Oti asked her 571,000 followers to describe how they were feeling in one word.
Several of her followers shared that they were celebrating, but one fan turned the question around, asking Oti how she was doing.
The dancer, who won last year’s Strictly series with Bill Bailey, initially began to discuss her morning before opening up about the drama that had unfolded at her home that she shares with husband Marius lepure.
Oti, who is no stranger to sharing a selfie with her fans, recorded herself filming a piece-to-camera as she revealed what had gone on.
“I don’t know what to feel today, so I woke up really early,” she said.
She went on to add: “Very energised, almost too energised, and then went straight to bed which means, somehow, I ended up missing breakfast.
“Which is okay, I was really excited for lunch, as you can tell…”
As Oti’s voice faded, she said: “It’s so stupid but I’m so heartbroken.”
The star continued: “So, lunch was there and as I put the plate down, I turned my back and Leo jumped into my pasta – that’s how big he is.
“From the ground into the food because he wanted to get to me.
“I’m so sad, ’cause I’m so hungry.”
Leo is, of course, Oti’s pet dog who frequently features on her social media pages.
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In one post, she says the adorable pooch is “always up waiting” to cover her with kisses when she returns home from working late at night.
Another post saw her four-legged friend misbehaving, as she revealed she had woken up to find him sitting in the lounge, but that there was “toilet paper everywhere”.
Oti shares Leo with her husband of nine years, fellow dancer Marius.
Earlier this month, the Strictly beauty revealed she should have been filming a documentary in South Africa for the BBC.
However, due to the current state of affairs, the BBC made the decision to cancel filming due to the “risk” involved.
Oti explained: “I still have to film it, I’m supposed to be in South Africa as we speak and the borders are closed, the country is in a really bad state.
“The BBC were like, ‘We don’t want to risk it’. What happens is once you leave the border, you need so much permission to come out.”
“You need the police assistance, you need the government to write a letter,” she added, while speaking on Jamie Laing’s Private Parts podcast.
Oti, who was born in South Africa, was set to film a special one-off documentary there, which would explore her childhood landscape.
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