Shawn Mkhize was under a lot of fire when she posted a very cute picture of herself. What caught a lot of people's attention was that behind her on the wall, there was family portraits. It was her portrait, her son's portrait Andile Mpisane and her granddaughters portrait, andile's daughter Flo.
Fans came guns blazing when they realized that there was one portrait missing, and it was that of Sbahle Mpisane. Sbahle Mpisane is MaMkhize's stepdaughter, Shawn Mkhize and Sbahle's father have divorced but MaMkhize has always maintained that she loves Sbahle like her own child. However, fans were not convinced after sbahle was not included in the family portraits, it really did not make any sense she would be the only one excluded, maybe it was because she is not MaMkhize's biological child.
Some fans even went as far as to insinuate that Sbahle might not be even in the will. A fan wrote that this is how you see you are not on the will.
Is MaMkhize justified with what she did?
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