Tamia’s husband took to social media to flaunt one of his many cars. Mpisane showed off his Mercedes Benz G63 AMG Brabus 6 by 6.
The mean machine costs a whopping R17 million rands. Andile’s family owns one of the very few in the country.
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Last year Sithelo alleged that the father of her two kids, Andile Mpisane abused her physically and emotionally.
Shozi claimed that Andile Mpisane beat her to a pulp, causing her to suffer a miscarriage.
She claimed that this used to happen every week and every month.
She explains that she’d get beatings “every week or month” followed by “a bunch of flowers.”
Sithelo further called out those who mocked and ridiculed her “when she was left with a three-month-old child.”
“That was God saving me from eventually taking my own life. nothing has been more liberating. I saw God’s hand in my most valuable place.”
It is believed that Sithelo Shozi faced off with Andile Mpisane in court following the gender-based violence allegations leveled against the soccer boss.
Although the full details of what transpired are not known, Shozi rubbished the allegations that she is being paid to keep quiet about the claims she has initially made against Andile Mpisane.
When asked about the petition to grant her a protection order against Andile Mpisane, Sithelo tweeted.
“I feel the need to respond to this as I’m the one who asked the public for assistance for that petition & I’ve noted various people thinking I’ve been bribed to clear everything. False. GBV is a serious matter in this country and I will stand by my truth to the very end” wrote Sithelo Shozi.
The videos sparked a debate on Twitter about whether he was getting married for real or if it was a publicity stunt. There was no expectation of the engagement, especially since Andile and Sithelo have two children together, and he recently bought her a classy BMW, so Mzansi was convinced that they were head smitten with each other.
Following Sithelo’s allegations, Mamkhize issued a statement on Instagram, stating that should never do anything to put another woman’s life in danger,
“I personally have no grudges or any untoward feelings against the mother of my grandkids. She’s given me 2 beautiful grandchildren which binds us forever and I will always consider her to be like a daughter to me,” she states.
“Nobody has been kicked out of any apartment nor have any kids been taken away from anybody. I remain committed to ensuring that my grandchildren grow up experiencing love from all sides and that they are well taken care of,” she says.
“As a mother it is my job to guide and support my sons decisions. And I would like it to known that I will never choose for him. I’ve lived my life and learnt my lessons! I will never take away the opportunity for him to live his own life and learn his lessons along the way,” she says.
The businesswoman also made it known that Andile and Sithelo had broken up.
“I accepted the mother of my grandchildren with all her flaws ,whilst the whole world was blaming me but because I fully understand that nobody is perfect. Out of respect for all parties involved I will not be going into the details of their private affairs. They have both moved on with their lives and will continue co-parenting for the sake of the children.
“As a mother this is one of the happiest times in my life to be able to officially welcome home a daughter in law and for the newlyweds to start a new chapter in their lives. I do not want to ruin this moment for them,” the statement read.
In other news – Pregnancy? Here’s the real reason why Nosipho (Nompilo Maphumulo) got fired from Uzalo
She played the role of a pastor’s pregnant fiance in Uzalo. Viewers now believe that she’s pregnant in real life and speculate it’s the reason Uzalo fired her. But actress Nompilo Maphumulo said she’s not expecting. She said her time is up on Uzalo and that’s why she’s being released.
“I think the fake tummy that I’m wearing on set looks real and I portray the role of a pregnant woman well. That’s why people think I’m really pregnant. I’m very much not pregnant. There’s no bun in the oven here,” said Nompilo. Learn More