"The UK made you rich and famous & you thank us by marrying a black SA woman" British women cry out.
Siphe Mzaidume is an exception among South African migrants - he is black African. He qualifies for England in June and he hopes he will get the opportunities he was denied, despite the quota system. According to the sources Siphe Mzaidume is said to have dupped dupped international media after he had been awarded a contract to play overseas only to find out he hadn’t even played in provisional cricket in South Africa, a while ago. According to the source it seems like people does not want to see him happy.
Siphe Mzaidume is a good cricket player who left the country to represent Pietersen and Wagner. He left this country for the same reasons as Pietersen and Wagner which is to play and to represent the country. Siphe Mzaidume has made The cricketer very popular in the UK where he gain lots of knowledge and experience while pursuing his cricket career for more the 5 years. He is now considered as UK citizen after he was granted citizenship there.
The problem with Siphe Mzaidume is that he is a black African and it makes his story very different from those who are originally from UK. According to the source Siphe Mzaidume has proposed to his South African girlfriend but the UKs citizens are not impressed with his proposal. Siphe Mzaidume jas been single for lobg time and he has finally find the perfect one but the YK thought he should have marry someone from UK because UK made him who he is today.
According to the source the cricket player recently proposed to his girlfriend known as Zola Maldaki. According to the source he took to Facebook and shared an adorable picture with his fiancee as he captioned his post:
"Over the weekend I asked my bestie Zola Maldaki to marry me and she said yes❤ I've thoroughly enjoyed being a bachelor and I thought il spend the rest of my life alone until this beauty replied to my inbox 3 months ago. She has taught me so much and I hope to be a good husband to her in this difficult world."
I also did not know that if one from other country happen to be a citizen of another country has to marry from that country's. I was surprised and shocked.
According to the source British women's has been attacking him for proposing to African girl. According to the source On one the angry British women commented on the lovely post by stating: "Your british citizenship should be removed for choosing Zola Maldaki over a British woman despite everything the country has done for you.
The UK essentially made you rich and well known and this is how you say thanks to us? by wedding a dark South African lady? how are we expected to feel? what activity do you anticipate that we should take?". Here is more from the remarks shared by British Women. What do you of this entire circumstance? Offer your contemplations by leaving a remark beneath, as and remember to hit the offer button.
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