Thobile MaKhumalo rubbishes claims she married for moneyDecember 22, 2022
Real housewives of Durban reality TV star Thobile MaKhumalo Mseleku has rubbished claims she married her husband, Musa Mseleku, for money.
Thobile, who is Musa Mseleku’s third wife, took to Facebook live, to address a couple of rumours circulating on the internet about her, including her personality, marriage and finances in her and Musa’s polygamous marriage.
According to the publication, TimesLive, Thobile, during the live, explained the dynamics of their marriage and rubbished claims that she married and remained in the union for money.
Watch: Thobile Mseleku rubbishes claims on Facebook live
Thobile further said “we are living a normal life” and that she was never attracted to his money.”
“Where is the money? We are living a normal life, please. I dated Mseleku, and he did not give me money. I did not just meet him; I knew him before we even dated. He was a great man, but I did not say here is Mseleku courting me and this means money is coming now,” the reality tv star said.
She further added that her husband “started pursuing me when I was still very young, and it took me years to accept him, so I was not attracted to him for his money.”
“We all work hard for money. I do not even know how to ask for money from him, maybe you should teach me,” she said on the live.
People’s opinions don’t faze her
Speaking to TimesLive, months back, MaKhumalo said reading people’s opinions about herself and her family online didn’t faze her.
“I love to go on social media because I know people can be very cruel. People are telling it like it is and I respect their views. It’s not everything that they’ll say will be true. If it’s something I cannot change, obviously I won’t change it and it won’t affect me, but if it’s something I can work on to become better, I’ll do that. They will love you today, they hate you tomorrow and you don’t have to take it to heart,” she told the publication.
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*Compiled by Lethabo Malatsi