In modern football, a lot of pretty women who are linked to PSL players are rich.
Several of these women have made money on their own through their careers or come from wealthy families.
In the PSL, former Warriors captain Khama Billiat is said to be married to famous Gqom singer Nomcebo "Dot" Mthethwa, who is one of the most successful women in South Africa. Early in 2021, the Kaizer Chiefs number 11 jersey made national news when it was said that he had sent a group to eMpangeni, KZN, to pay lobola to her family.
At the time, Nomcebo's mother, Smaniso Mthethwa, also said that the news was true. If you've been keeping up with Nomcebo's career, you probably know that she became famous in 2020. Since Wednesday night, the singer of "Thatha Mih" has been using her Instagram stories to talk about her family, mostly to show that she comes from a famous family.
On the day Nomcebo would go to talk about how she comes from a family with political ties. Using the popular platform, she would share a photo of her cousin Ziphozonke Mhlongo, who had just been elected chairperson of Durban's ward 35 and was seen in the photo with Duduzane Zuma.
Nomcebo would also share a video with a caption saying that her uncle is the captain of the Durban Hawks. From the video she posted on her Instagram stories, she went on to say that her uncle just got his postgraduate diploma in forensic investigation and criminal justice from the University of Kwa Zulu Natal.
From the video that was shared, Nomcebo decided to add Kanye West's hit song "Family Business" to her uncle's diploma and hide his real name.
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