Langa and MaShelembe have been the talk of the town when their controversial episode of Mnakwethu aired on Mzansi Magic.
He went on the show to ask MaShelembe to marry a second wife. However, the twist in that episode was that he had already paid lobola for the second wife. He hadn’t finished MaShelembe’s lobola.
A lot of people reached out to MaShelembe. She has been offered a place to stay and a job. It looks like Langa is not happy with that. He told the Daily Sun that the women from the Facebook group, Ladies House, are ruining his marriage with MaShelembe.
According to him, the ladies who are helping MaShelembe leave him and become independent are the cause for their marriage ending. He was adamant that his abuse was not the reason she left him.
Langa said, “If the old bored women from ladies house did not interfere she would not have left me.”
It is obvious that he is just angry that MaShelembe has a way to leave him and live a better life without him.
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