- Isibaya actress Jessica Nkosi has opened up about how she will raise her daughter
- In a cover article in True Love magazine, she mentions how she will be drawing on the oldest source for guidance – the Bible
- She added that she will also be relying on her mother for guidance
In a recent Cover feature in True Love magazine, Isibaya actress, Jessica Nkosi put all rumours about her pregnancy to rest when she confirmed the gender of her precious bundle.
Jessica then went on to speak about how she planned to raise her baby, who is also the new daughter of Uzalo mastermind TK Dlamini.
ZAlebs reported how Jessica stated she would be consulting the oldest source in history, the Bible for advice on her to raise her baby girl. She added that she would also be relying on her mother for guidance.
It hasn’t been an easy time for the actress, and she revealed how she has been in and out of hospital for the first five months of the pregnancy, due to complications. She added that when it comes to mama-to-be fashion, she likes to keep things comfortable with sweats.
Having the news break on 1 April, people were not convinced that the news was true being April Fool’s day.
This pregnancy has been awash with speculation and it wasn’t that long ago that we featured an article on Black Twitter reactions to Jessica Nkosi's pregnancy and who the father is.
She referred to her expectancy as "blessings that God has gifted me with." Needless to say, her announcement took her fans by surprise and many are not even sure who the father of her child is.
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