When two people from different backgrounds come together to make a union and decide to start a new family as husband and wife, it's a lovely thing and should be celebrated. Clement Maosa, better known as kwaito on the popular serial opera Skeemsaam, married a stunningly attractive woman a few years ago.
Clement Maosa, like the vast majority of his compatriots in this growing nation, came from a modest background. Kwaito overcame several obstacles to get to where he is now. He got to where he is now via a lot of hard work and determination.
Kwaito is widely regarded as one of South Africa's best actors. Kwaito is a family man who is married and has children outside of his acting career. Kemo and Clement Maosa tied the knot. She's been his girlfriend for a long time. Even before we were renowned, Kemo adored Kwaito. They were dating long before he became famous and wealthy.
Having a son in October of 2019, Clement Maosa and Kemo named him Bokang Maosa. Having tied the knot in Johannesburg, the couple is now raising a child together.
Originally from Limpopo, Clement Maosa is now 34 years old. Kemo, his wife, is a native of the same region. This October, their son will turn four years old. Clement Maosa is elated to have tied the knot with his soul mate. He might have easily abandoned his wife for someone else after he became famous and wealthy, but he didn't let his success alter his commitment to his partner.
This duo has everything a couple could want. Because of his devotion to his wife, Clement's name has never been linked to any online gossip suggesting he cheated on his stunning partner.
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