This is everything you need to know about Mpumelelo, the son of Musa Mseleku, from polygamist to famous soccer player for the Moroka Swallows.
With Musa Mseleku and his son Mpumelelo, who is following in his well-known footsteps, the apple doesn’t fall too far from the tree.
The reality TV star from Moja Love, who is well-known for living a polygamous lifestyle with four marriages and several partners, is urging his son to do the same.
But, Mpumelelo has entered dangerous waters as a result of his father’s criticism of his most recent acquisition, singer and slay queen Queen Lolly.
Mpumelelo is Musa Mseleku’s firstborn son
He is 20 years old, and his mother is Musa’s second wife; MaYeni.
Mpumelelo is engaged to two of his girlfriends
They are Vuyokazi Nciweni and Nompumelelo Makhanya. The trio reportedly communicate with each other via a WhatsApp group chat.
Musa is helping his son to pay lobola for his brides
He told Kaya FM: “Our agreement is that he will pay a certain portion towards lobola and I’ll pay the other portion. For now I don’t have enough money except my inheritance which I’ll use towards lobola”.
Mpumelelo has a baby girl with Vuyokazi.
In April 2022, Mpumelelo made his PSL debut as a substitute for Moroka Swallows in the DStv Diski Challenge.
Meanwhile, Musa Mseleku has fired another shot at the singer and “slay queen” Queen Lolly after she claimed to have bedded his son Mpumelelo.
The famous polygamist clapped back at Lolly’s allegations after serving her with a cease and desist letter. This after she leaked audio of their intimate encounter on a YouTube show called Omakhwapheni.
Musa also dedicated not one but three Instagram posts to Mpumelelo, in which he praised his firstborn.
In the first one, Musa recited his son’s clan names and praised him as a brave young man. He also alluded to Queen Lolly as being a distraction. To add insult to injury, he even referred to the singer as a “train everyone likes to ride on.”
In the second and third, Musa Mseleku praised their father-and-son relationship.
“I hope we are learning valuable lessons, and we will turn them around as we make a meaningful contribution to our society,” he captioned one post.
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