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Mseleku's wife shows off her assets

Musa Mseleku is well known by the reality TV star o Uthando nesthembu. Mseleku was born in 1975 in Mzumbe, KwaZulu-natal province, has attracted many people by becoming one of South Africans wealth polygamist. Despite his humble beginnings, Mseleku is believed to be worth $2million with 4 women and 10 children to look after. He rose to prominence after appearing on the Mzansi magic TV show Uthando nesthembu, polyamory themed reality show that I'd aired every Thursday night.

Uthando nesthembu his show drew millions of viewers, quite new folks. Musa has four wives and a large family. As far as we've seen, marriage isn't easy for most people, and many guys cant keep a lady happy now they have four of them. They're all counting on you to take care of them. At the same being a decent spouse and father I addition, he has to help arrange the table for the meal.

It's a good thing he had Musa since he it made the women happy atleast. Many women find it difficult to stay with a damaged man especially if he is polygamous. South African was taken aback when it was discovered Mangwabe's fourth wife ran a club called Maqaqa Exclusive lifestyle. This is the place where all Musa's birthday's are celebrated. The club is being claimed to have cost 8 million, it was built by Musa for his wife Mangwabe.

Mangwabe owns the club which is administered by his brother. Musa could never built Mangwabe the club without the help of other spouses who ran their own enterprises, which moses also took care of.

However this begs the question whether Magwabe entered this marriage weather for financial gain. Musa founded his own studies and began his own enterprises. People have wondered if she had enough and wanted to be out of the marriage because she used to be nice to Musa. After all she was already self sufficient lady capable of taking care of herself.

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