Mpumelelo Mseleku, a 20-year-old don of a popular South African polygamist Musa Mseleku, has made a public notice of his intentions to marry 2 of his girlfriends, Vuyokazi Nciweni and Nompumelelo Makhanya. It was gathered that Mpumelelo already have a child with one his girlfriend Vuyokazi Nciweni, who lives in Cape Town, and has been dating the both ladies for 2 years.
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Mpumelelo says he wants to follow in his father’s legacy, Musa Mseleku, whom is a wealthy South African businessman, a popular polygamist and a reality TV star who is married to four women and also have girlfriends. In his words;
“I’ve been dating these two ladies for the past two years and now, Vuyokazi Nciweni, lives in Cape Town and Nompumelelo, lives in Durban. I love both of them equally and I am preparing to marry them. I’ve met their families and I’ve also introduced them to the Mselekus. They are effectively my fiancées.”
“This December I am planning to spend time with both of them. It’s going to be the first time they meet each other, otherwise they talk on the phone and on WhatsApp. We actually have a group chat where all three of us talk,” said Mpumelelo.
He also revealed that he is saving as much as he can so he can marry them.
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“Unfortunately I cannot reveal the date, month or any further details but the weddings will happen soon. I haven’t paid lobola but I’ve already discussed it with my father. Our agreement is that he will pay a certain portion towards lobola and I’ll pay a certain portion
“For now I don’t have enough money except my inheritance which I’ll use towards lobola. Again, I cannot disclose the finer details of ilobola because these are sacred discussions between my father and myself. My mother, MaYeni, is not aware of these discussions,” said Mpumelelo.
Speaking to DailySun, his father said: “I’ve already given Mpumelelo my blessings to go and get married. I’m actually happy that he is getting married while he’s still young. This will allow him to make more babies, raise them and grow with them.
“I wouldn’t want him to get old and start doing things because he might fail. As we speak the lobola talks are at an advanced stage and as a father I am paying part of them.”