A follower advises Junior De Rocka to sue Ntando, but he refuses

A follower advises Junior De Rocka to sue Ntando, but he refuses

Junior De Rocka and Ntando Duma have been the talk of the town for the last week after their dirty laundry was shared online. According to Ntando, Junior was abusive towards her during her pregnancy and is a dead beat dad.

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2019 did not start off well for musician Junior De Rocka. He was accused of being a terrible father who does not want to take care of his child as well as assaulting his baby mama when she was pregnant.

Junior responded to the allegations of being a dead beat dad by saying he does take care of his child financially and has proof.

According to an earlier report by Briefly.co.za, Junior said he paid R3500 and added that he was not allowed to see Sbahle, and all he could do was send money. He accused Ntando of sending him pictures of his child posing with Ntando’s boyfriends.

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In response, many celebs have voiced their views on the matter of child support and co-parenting.

One of Junior's followers also had something to say, according to a report by ZAlebs.

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The follower advised Junior to sue Ntando for defamation of character, but he refuses.

Young man I suggest you take this matter to court, this kid wants to exploit you, your name and career, she's too bitter to reason properly. Our courts are not stupid. Don't play tough guy here this kid will destroy you completely. I know this for a fact.

Junior is hoping to find a peaceful solution to the ugly situation.

I'll never do that, that's the mother of my child. We will eventually find common ground.

For their child's sake, we hope Junior is right.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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