Divorce is not nice at all but if necessary, it's the hardship that's worth going through. Minnie Dlamini Jones made a history in the republic of South Africa, when allegedly she got paid Lobola of 2 million.
Before the day of wedding, citizens around the republic of South Africa and the world were blessed with a reality show called "Becoming Mrs.Jones", which is a whole journey to wedding ceremony.
Minnie Dlamini and Quinton Jones had a beautiful wedding, which was seen as a wedding of century, costing millions and millions of rands. Even today, it is still one of the Mzanzis best wedding ever.
The two got blessed with a kid, and unfortunately just after four years in their marriage, Minnie Dlamini and Quinton Jones file for divorce. With this high level of divorces, more especially in celebrities and people who are rich, people are starting to ask themselves if it's still worth it to get married.
Minnie Dlamini wrote released the official statement and said that, "After months of separation and consultation with our family and a counsellor, we have taken the decision to officially file for divorce.",
Minnie captioned the statement of divorce on Instagram: "We remain friends, business partners and loving parents to our son."
Sources: https://t.co/GysY0TWYMD https://t.co/PVgvh79qyT
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