While some celebrities are hanging on to their marriages by a thread, others do not even make it that far. We'll highlight some of the South African celebs that have had the shortest marriages today.
— Here are 4 Shortest South African Celebrity Marraiges.
1. Mohale and Somizi.
Rumors of their divorce started this week when it was reported that Mohale Motaung served businessman Somizi Mhlongo with divorce papers while on vacation in the Mother City. It is still unknown whether Somhale is actually ending their marriage. The couple's close pals claim that the latter has been paying Motaung to act cheerful in public.
Given that they were wed on January 30 and are said to be divorcing soon, Mohale and Somizi's marriage would likely be among the shortest in Mzansi celebrity history should Somhale decide to call it quits. Since they started dating, the two have been in the public eye, with followers of the Idols judge warning him on social media that they don't think Motaung truly loves him and that she is only with him for the fame and money.
When they stopped sharing photos of one another on social media since last year and Somgaga started spending more time with Vusi Nova, fans started to anticipate trouble in paradise.
Somizi Mhongo stunned Mzansi last year when he revealed on live Instagram how Mohale's phone addiction is harming his relationship:
The issue is not with the phone. The person on the phone is that person. Since the phone does not pick itself up, we are not blaming it. It's not even about how ignored I feel. It also strikes me as being excessively self-serving. You take photos and take selfies even if you are not on Instagram, Twitter, or Facebook. Sometimes I feel like, "Yoh, I wish I could be caressed like that phone."
2. Khaya Mthethwa and Nthandoyenkosi Kunene
Previous Miss SA Nthandoyenkosi Kunene and former Idols winner Khaya Mthethwa wed in December 2017 and announced their separation in December 2019 after two years of marriage.
After courting for three months, the ex-couple, who had a son together, was married in a traditional ceremony at Kunene's house.
3. DJ Black Coffee and Enhle Mbali
Before divorcing in 2019, Black Coffee and actress Enhle Mbali were married in a lavish white ceremony. Despite long-running rumors about DJ Black Coffee's infidelity, the couple persisted in their relationship because they were purportedly already traditionally married and had children.
Black Coffee and DJ Enhle
In an interview with DJ Zinhle, the actress, who often blue-ticked rumors about her husband's infidelity, verified the rumors of his infidelity:
"I experienced two scandals: one involved a sex tape, the other was just ratchetness, and I recall there was a day when I wondered 'why do I care so much?' in the midst of my suffering, tears, strength, and calm. Why should I listen to what society tells me—"He's cheated on you twice, leave"—instead of what my heart is telling me? What does my soul have to say? "You love him, sit down, and do what is best for you and your family," my spirit commanded.
4. Sarah Langa and Jehan Mackay.
Before a recent Sunday World report that verified that Mackay issued Langa with divorce papers early last year, there had been years of rumors that Sarah Langa and her businessman husband, Jehan Mackay, were divorcing.
The couple wed in December 2016 and reportedly split up at the start of 2019. After multiple marriage counseling sessions, they failed, and Mackay left their house in the spring of 2019.
Their breakup occurred because Mackay had had enough of Langa's social media compulsion.
Source: https://news365.co.za/celebrity-marriages-2/ |
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