Pictures Of Musa Mseleku And MaKhumalo’s Traditional Ceremony

Musa Mseleku, a polygamist and reality TV star, and his third wife Thobile ‘MaKhumalo’ shared photos of their lovey-dovey traditional ceremony on Instagram on Friday.

2-February-2023

The beautiful couple looked stunning as they welcomed gifts, clothes, and food at their Umembeso ceremony.

MaKhumalo joined the family when she was 18 years old, according to Mseleku.

He expressed gratitude to his third wife on Instagram, writing,

“When you took a decision to come and join the Mseleku’s at the age of 18 our ancestors were smiling thank you Mzilikazi. Thank you to MaNgwabe for your unconditional support and thank you to INdlunkulu MaCele and MaYeni for allowing her to join the family and as a sister wife. We will be forever indebted to you.

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MaKhumalo and her charming husband were all smiles and radiant in their stylish outfits.

The beautiful bride had two outfit changes, first appearing in a gold mermaid dress and then opting for a shorter bright pink beaded dress paired with a silver cape.

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Mseleku matched MaKhumalo’s outfits and wore a silver suit which he accessorised with a pink pocket square.

Musa Mseleku

According to TshisaLive, Mseleku’s two other wives declined to be part of the ceremony.

Macele reportedly said, “Thank you for the invite. Unfortunately, I will not be able to make it because the event includes Musa Mseleku. If the event didn’t include Musa Mseleku, I would attend it. I’m not going because I’m done with wedding events.”

MaYeni also didn’t attend the event and reportedly said, “I won’t be able to come. The reason for that is not because I don’t want to support you guys, as you always do when we do events for Mseleku. But my understanding is that the person who is having the Umembeso is you. If you’re being gifted, it’s your event, not mine.”

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