Minnie Dlamini-Jones set a lot straight in her interview on Real Talk

Minnie Dlamini-Jones set a lot straight in her interview on Real Talk

Minnie Dlamini-Jones sat down with Anele from SABC 3’s Real Talk on Tuesday evening, for a very interesting interview.

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In 2017, the marriage between Minnie and Quniton Jones was documented. The three part document series, Becoming Mrs Jones, was viewed for all to see. Even though Minnie was transparent about the wedding to her followers, there were still those spreading rumors by the dozen.

One of the rumors were, prior to the wedding airing, that Minnie had sold broadcast rights to M-Net for a whopping R6 million. The rumors were dismissed by Mrs Jones on Real Talk. After this, the rumor was put to bed once and for all.

“Definitely not R6-million,” Minnie told Anele when questioned about the cost of her fairytale wedding, adding that she “didn’t get paid R6-million”.

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Quinton and Minnie had a discussion about her changing her surname before getting married. Quinton felt it would be in her best interest to keep her maiden name as she already had an established brand. This was all explained to Anele and confirmed that she will be having a double-barrel surname.

The reason behind the double-barrel surname, used in public, is a “gift” to her husband for his understanding. Legally, she is Mrs Jones.

When Anele asked the question regarding children, her reply was “they will come when the time is right”.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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