They just made their relationship publicly official just over a month ago, but now Kwaito singer, Mshoza and Mamelodi Sundown's player, Anele Ngcongca face a new challenge.
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Their relationship came as a surprise to their fans on social media as no one could actually predict their union. But needless to say, their future looked bright as a possible Mzansi power couple.
But the word on the street is that the couple's honeymoon phase has dwindled because Anele's baby mama's involvement has rocked their love boat. Anele and Linda were together for 10 years.
According to the latest issue of Drum Magazine, a fight ensued outside a petrol station in Johannesburg where Anele's baby mama, Linda Racaza, confronted Mshoza in public.
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The incident led Mshoza to open a case against Linda citing jealousy as the catalyst behind Linda's violent attack against her.
She also told Drum Magazine that this kind of stress was undesirable as she was in fact 13 weeks pregnant.
"Linda is just mad because Anele chose me in the middle of the fight. I am pregnant, I don't need this stress," she said.
The Kwaito singer said she is not about to let go of her love for the legendary soccer player. She said she is happy with her man and that they are both focussing on their careers.
Linda on the other hand didn't say much but has refused to believe that Mshoza has met her future in-laws (Anele's mother).
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Yesterday, Briefly.co.za reported that Mshoza said she was pregnant with Anele's child but also made quite a statement about her not wanting to fight his baby mama, to keep Anele.
She was quoted on the magazine cover saying: "I'm pregnant but I won't fight her for Anele. I'm tired of the drama."
Meanwhile Mshoza's social media pages, Instagram and Twitter, was hacked a few days ago and she has been busy setting up new accounts to regain her following.
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Source: Briefly News