A war of words has broken out between two KZN celebrity polygamists

A war of words has broken out between two KZN celebrity polygamists

A battle of words has broken out between two KZN big name polygamists.

In one corner is Musa Mseleku of the unscripted TV drama Uthando Nesthembu, and in the other is Lucky Gumbi, whose show The Gumbis begins one month from now.

Inconvenience began a week ago when Lucky remarked on Musa’s show.

He stated: “I’m mindful of the other unscripted TV drama on TV about polygamy. With The Gumbis, individuals will get the chance to see the genuine significance of polygamy.

Musa Mseleku and Lucky Gumbi

“In my polygamy there are no battles as I treat them similarly. The more seasoned spouse doesn’t control me or the subsequent wife.”

This prompted Musa sending an admonition to Lucky.

“I don’t have the foggiest idea about this Gumbi and I’m certain he doesn’t have any acquaintance with me, either. He should quit intruding in my home issues.

“He has no option to contrast his polygamy and mine. All things considered, I’m the hero of polygamy and made the idea of isithembu a pattern.

“I have no uncertainty, had I not come out, numerous individuals including him would in any case be embarrassed about it.

Musa Mseleku and Lucky Gumbi

“My spouses are vocal, have their own feelings and do challenge me some of the time. This can be credited to the way that they’re effective and autonomous.”

“I didn’t utilize any affection bit or muthi to quiet them down and that is the reason they are free.”

Musa said he thought that it was stressing that the Gumbi spouses didn’t battle.

My spouses are genuine individuals with feelings and cerebrums. That is the reason they blow up in some cases. The show isn’t scripted and is introduced as crude as it seems to be,” he said.

Musa cautioned Lucky to quit talking until his show began broadcasting.

“Actions speak louder than words. He needs to sit and take notes from me.”