Beautiful women who are related to Premier League players are often well-off on their own. Many of these women have great careers that they have built on their own or come from wealthy families.
For instance, it is reported that Nomcebo "Dot" Mthethwa, a well-known Gqom artist in South Africa, is married to former Warriors captain Khama Billiat. National headlines were generated when word got out early in 2021 that the Kaizer Chiefs' number 11 had sent a group to eMpangeni, KZN, to pay lobola to her family.
The revelation was also confirmed at the time by Nomcebo's mother, Smaniso Mthethwa. Nomcebo's career began in 2020, so those who have been following it will be familiar with her quick ascent to stardom. The Thatha Mih singer shared details about her family background on Instagram on Wednesday night, emphasizing the fact that she comes from a well-known family.
When Nomcebo intended to disclose that her family is politically active. To demonstrate this, she shared a picture of her cousin Ziphozonke Mhlongo, who was just elected chairwoman of Durban's Ward 35, posing with Duduzane Zuma, the president's son.
The caption of a video shared by Nomcebo also stated that her uncle is the Durban Hawks' captain. Her uncle holds a master's degree in forensic investigation and criminal justice from the University of KwaZulu Natal, according to the video she posted to her Instagram stories.
When Nomcebo saw the video, she knew she had to take action to preserve her uncle's privacy. To that end, she added the hit song "Family business" by Kanye West to the file and changed his real name on his diploma.
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