Even before her marriage to the late prime minister of Zimbabwe, Elizabeth Macheka was always known to be a regular guest in the circles of the classy, the rich, and the famous.
She shot to that international spotlight in 2012 when she got married to the then Prime Minister of Zimbabwe Morgan Tsvangirai even though he was still customary married to Locadia Karimatsenga who he dump few months prior.
Even the court tried to spot their marriage to no avail, they successfully tied a Knot on 15 September 2012 bringing in three children from the previous marriage.
Although her marriage failed Locadia Karimatsenga took the high road and decide to pursue evangelism instead of politics. She disappear from the national limelight and started a church called Nation of Glory Ministries.
Her son on the other hand decide to pursue a career in cosmetics and fashion design creating a significant following on social media with more than 100K on Instagram alone. What's more intriguing is his resemblance to the late Hip Hop Icon Michael Jackson, check him out:
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