Musa Mseleku’s Recent Picture With His Son Wearing Bracelet Left His Viewers With Questions

Musa Mseleku’s Recent Pictures With His Son Wearing Bracelet Left His Viewers With Questions

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The South African polygamist and a businessman Musa Mseleku has left his fans and viewers worried after he recently posted his recent picture with his son Lwandle. Mzansi could not help but to notice that his son Lwandle is wearing a wearing iziphandla (traditional wristbands in isiZulu).

Lwandle is known as a son of Musa Mseleku’s wife, matriarch, which is MaCele. Musa Mseleku have recently shared the picture wh his son in Instagram.

With caption: “Our feature leader, his name is Lwandle Lethokuhle Mseleku”.


Many people were left curious to finds out whether the young man is already in a relationship as not. Apparently people who wear iziphandla traditional wristbands), it’s shows that they are taken. Musa Mseleku is a proud Zulu and polygamous man. He has been married to 4 wives, name MaCele, MaYeni, MaKhumalo and MaNgwabe. In one of his episodes, he mentioned that he want a big family, and his sons should follow his steps and get married in polygamous.


In the last episode of Uthando Nesthembu, we have seen Musa having a conversation with MaCele about the future of their son Lwandle. Many fans and viewers has described Lwandle as humble and calm boy. Viewers are worried that Musa’s son will end up being in polygamous marriage like their fathers. Many people have been left with mixed reactions, whereby they end up saying they that they don’t want to see Lwandle to be in polygamous marriage. People are convinced that Lwandle will never follow his father’s steps.


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