Like father like son , Mseleku’s son follows his father’s footsteps. Reveals shocking reason why he chose to marry 2 wives instead of 1

Mpumelelo Mseleku has made the decision to engage in polygamy on a full-time basis, just like his father did before him. This decision is based on the proverb that an apple does not fall far from its tree.



Musa Mseleku’s son follows his father’s footsteps
Both Vuyokazi, the baby mama, and Nompumelelo, the other girlfriend, live in South Africa, but Nompumelelo calls Durban home.

Speaking to this publication Mr Mpumelelo revealed that he is marrying two wives because one is not enough for him for he wants it everyday! This has left many people in great shock. He went on to reveal that sometimes he would want to engage with them at once thats playing the adult bedroom game 3 of them at once


“Over the past two years, I’ve been in a relationship with these two women, and now we’re getting engaged to be married.” I am familiar with their families, and I have also acquainted them with members of the Mseleku. They are, in all intents and purposes, my fiancées. I have made it a priority to spend time with both of them during the month of December. They have only ever communicated with one another through text messages and phone calls, so this will be the first time they actually meet in person. According to Mpumelelo, “we actually have a group chat where the three of us talk to each other.”

He also disclosed that he is putting away as much money as he can so that he can marry them in the near future.

“I am sorry, but I will not be able to disclose the date, the month, or any other details about the weddings, but they will take place very soon. Although I have not yet made the lobola payment, I have already discussed the matter with my father. According to the terms of our arrangement, he will contribute a certain amount toward the lobola, and I will contribute a certain amount myself.

“For the time being, I do not have sufficient funds, other than the inheritance, which I will use toward lobola. Again, I am unable to disclose the specifics of ilobola because my father and I hold these conversations in high regard and consider them to be sacred. “These conversations are not being carried on in the presence of my mother, MaYeni,” Mpumelelo stated

During the course of the program, Musa dropped hints that Mpumelelo was prepared to tie the knot, particularly considering the fact that he already had a child.

“I have already given Mpumelelo my approval for her to proceed with her wedding plans. I really couldn’t be happier for him that he’s going to tie the knot while he’s still so young. Because of this, he will be able to have more children, raise them, and mature alongside them.

I don’t want him to get old and start trying new things because there’s a chance he won’t succeed. During this very conversation, the lobola negotiations have progressed to a more advanced stage, and as a father I am paying a portion of them.

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