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Musa Mseleku’s Controversial Advice On Baby Mamas Sparks Outrage

Secondly, women with children like being selfish. They force their kids on us and put conditions like 'if you don't love my child, we better break up.' Come on now, the child is yours

Reality TV star Musa Mseleku has found himself in hot water after a video of him giving advice to his son Mpumelelo about baby mamas went viral on social media.

In the video, Musa can be heard saying, “Secondly, women with children like being selfish. They force their kids on us and put conditions like ‘if you don’t love my child, we better break up.’ Come on now, the child is yours. I love you, not your child. If I choose to leave, it’s because even the father of your child left you.”

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The video quickly sparked outrage and criticism from social media users, who accused Musa of being insensitive and neglecting his own stepchildren. One user even suggested that Musa’s dislike for his stepchildren might stem from his own unresolved issues, pointing out that he has a child from a previous relationship who is not featured on the reality show.

It was also revealed that Musa’s fourth wife, Mangwabe, had a child before meeting him, and this child remains unknown to the public and is not part of the show. This revelation further fueled speculation about Musa’s attitude towards children who are not biologically related to him.

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Musa’s comments have ignited a larger conversation about blended families and the responsibilities of stepparents. While it is understandable that not all stepparents may have a close relationship with their stepchildren, it is important to approach the topic with sensitivity and respect for the feelings of everyone involved.

As the controversy continues to unfold, Musa Mseleku may need to reflect on the impact of his words and consider how they contribute to the ongoing stigma surrounding blended families and the challenges faced by single mothers.

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Olwethu Jika for SurgeZirc SA
Olwethu Jika for SurgeZirc SA
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