The star said that she was convinced she had found a boyfriend before learning the truth.
Madisakwane also talks about how she felt when Somizi said she knew he was gay when they were dating.
When Palesa Madisakwane discovered that her daughter's father, Somizi Mhlongo, is gay, it was a difficult period in her life.
In episode three of Living the Dream With Somizi, Madisakwane revealed this in her confessional after a nail visit with her nail technician Nthabi.
She described it as a perplexing period in her life..
She went on to say that it was especially perplexing because she had no idea what being homosexual meant and that in her "female mind," she believed she had met a partner.
Madisakwane claims she just found out Somizi was gay after communicating with his sister and late mother, Mary Mhlongo.
Somizi's mother told her, "You can see how Somizi is – he isn't like other guys," she remarked.
Give the youngster to us and go about your business.
Bahumi, the couple's daughter, was just 10 months old at the time.
She went on to tell Nthabi that Somizi was in and out of the nation at this point, and that things were not going "good."
Madisakwane also discussed how she felt when Somizi gave interviews and revealed that she knew he was gay when they were together.
"That is false," she said, adding that she was hurt because she genuinely believed she had found a boyfriend and would even brag about him being a member of Sarafinaoriginal !'s cast.
Madisakwane told Nthabi about how Somizi requested her to be the 'Miss Party' at his 21st birthday party, which ended the personal session between the two females.
Living the Dream with Somizi: Palesa Madisakwane opens up about learning about Somizi's sexuality https://www.news24.com/channel/the-juice/news/palesa-madisakwane-speaks-about-confusion-surrounding-somizis-sexuality-20220519 via @channel24
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