The Uthando Nesthembu reality show star from Mzansi Magic, successful businessman, presenter of Umnakwethu: Happily Ever After? and famous polygamist Musa Mseleku wants to expand his family by taking a 5th wife. Two of his wives have permitted him to do so, but two are against the decision.


MaNgwabe and MaYeni are totally against the idea of having another woman as a wife in the family. MaYeni and MaNgwabe have threatened to leave the polygamous marriage if Musa marries the other woman.


Both women were disappointed at Musa Mseleku for his desire to take yet another wife, but MaCele and MaKhumalo have supposed to support their husband’s decision.


Musa Mseleku’s view of the situation


Viewers of Uthando Nesthembu felt that Musa Mseleku was trying to increase his show’s ratings when he spoke of taking another wife but, he told a newspaper publication that he is indeed seeing another woman. Musa expressed his love for the two and said he’s unwilling to lose them over the 5th woman; however, he’ll still be seeing this woman while simultaneously trying to convince the two wives to support the decision.

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Musa will not marry the woman now because he doesn’t want to risk losing MaNgwabe and MaYeni. Another reason why Mseleku won’t marry the woman is that he fears bringing the new woman into a toxic environment where she won’t be accepted.


Traditionally in polygamy, a man needs the approval of his wives before taking a new wife, and Mseleku respects all aspects of the custom of polygamy by not doing whatever he likes.

Musa Mseleku and his wives.


Things happening in the Mseleku family


Musa Mseleku’s son Mpumelelo Mseleku intends on marrying two of his girlfriends, one of which he has a daughter. On the other hand, Musa is excited about the 5th season of the show he presents on Mzansi Magic called Umnakwethu: Happily Ever After? Umnakwethu will take a new turn this season as the approach will be made by families and not individuals.

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