Somizi's 'child mom' Palesa Madisakwane made sense of why their girl Bahumi couldn't take on the 'Mhlongo' family name.
Media character Somizi Mhlongo's "child mother" Palesa Madisakwane, shared her considerations on why their little girl Bahumi can't change her family name to Mhlongo presently - on the most recent episode of Living the Dream with Somizi which delivered on Showmax on Wednesday 11 May.
BAHUMI WANTS TO TAKE ON SOMIZI'S SURNAME
The second episode of Living the Dream with Somizi zeroed in less on his alienated spouse Mohale Motaung. The episode partitioned into him "dropping" his kinship with Unathi and his little girl needing to take on his last name.
Somizi has a 26-year-old little girl with entertainer Palesa Madisakwane, named Bahumi. Bahumi plunked down with her mother for a "semi" genuine talk. She made sense of that it was anything but a "very chaotic" talk however her mother said it was all great for however long she isn't pregnant or doesn't have a beau.
Bahumi made sense of that she needs to change her family name from Madisakwane to Somizi's family name - Mhlongo. Palesa made sense of that the fundamental explanation Bahumi wasn't given the Mhlongo last name was that things were not done accurately, socially.
"If she has any desire to change her last name to Mhlongo, she is a Mhlongo by the day's end. There is no other option for me, however I am recently stressed (about) what my father will say. My dad generally expresses that there are steps that should be taken," said Palesa.
"There's actually no need to focus on cash, it's just about specific things to be remedied with the goal that we can give her our favors," she proceeded.
Palesa proceeded to make sense of that she believes Bahumi should change her last name however there are sure social angles that can't be kept away from.
Bahumi made sense of that she didn't really accept that her family name was a social issue yet more scriptural. Palesa made sense of that her predecessors don't have the foggiest idea about her since she was not presented as a Mhlongo however Bahumi didn't have a similar conviction.
Palesa proceeded to say that she was vexed in light of the fact that this was a discussion Somizi ought to have been driving.
"I'm vexed on the grounds that Somizi is the person who ought to be driving this and getting it done however he's not focusing on the issue," said Palesa.
"They should not guarantee you, they don't have any acquaintance with you. What gives them the option to guarantee you?" she proceeded to inquire.
"She isn't a Mhlongo. Bahumi is a Madisakwane. Her uncles are like dads to her," she added.
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