Masechaba Ndlovu’s house became wilder than a wrestling ring as her ex-lover met her current boyfriend winning and dinning there. Seeing the two of them together just made his blood boil and he immediately opted for violence.
According to a statement that the media personality turned media spokesperson for Sports, Arts and Culture minister Nathi Mthethwa issued to the police, she was with her current boyfriend and family at her Randburg home busy praying. Their prayer was then interupted by a knock on the door, she tried ignoring it but the person at the door wouldn’t stop knocking.
Masechaba then went on to answer the door only to find it was her ex-boyfriend she then panicked as her current lover was with her. She then asked him to leave and told him that she was busy praying.
The DJ thought that he has left only to find out that he circled around the house and knocked again but this time in a harsh and violent manner at another entrance. As she opened the second time around, he didn’t ask any questions and went straight to punch her love, who Masechaba fondly calls Mr. Mbatha.
The fight allegedly got so bad to the point where her current lover bled and has injuries on his face. While trying to stop the two Masechaba was also hit on the face resulting to her front tooth falling off.
The DJ then went straight to the police to open a case and her statement read as follows: “On Friday, 26 February at 11.50pm, the complainant was in the house with her family when her ex-boyfriend knocked at the door. She told him to leave because she was busy praying.
“He went away for a few minutes, and then came back. He walked around the house and looked through the sliding door. He then came straight to the door again, and he knocked harshly. She opened and her ex-boyfriend allegedly started beating up her partner. She tried to stop him and he pushed her away. This resulted in her front tooth falling off. She picked it up and put it back on.”
“Her partner was bleeding and sustained some injuries on the face. She has a restraining order against the suspect.”