Celebrity polygamist, Musa Mseleku, presented an interesting talk at the Stonecroft Morning Tea in Port Shepstone Country Club in Durban's south coast earlier today.
The Stonecroft Ministry's Morning Tea hosted Musa as a guest speaker. Stonecroft Ministries is a non-denominational, non-profit Christian organisation providing global leadership in women’s ministry. So, it was an unconventional setting to see a polygamist talk about his life and lifestyle.
He spoke about how he manages his "me time". Many people in the audience laughed when he touched on the subject.
"I don't have me time. There is no time. There is 7 days in a week when you have and no time when you have 4 wives and 10 kids," as he scratched his forehead.
He said he sees his wives, at each home after 3 days. His wives expect to see him fresh after 3 days. That he has to satisfy his wives when he sees them.
He joked that his "me time" is speaking at events like he did today, but other than that, there is no time for him to relax and be by himself. Check out the video Briefly.co.za recorded earlier today.
Briefly.co.za reported on Musa Mseleku in August last year when he opened up about his life as a polygamist, his relationship with his 4 wives and his new book.
Musa Mseleku and his four wives became a household name with the hit Mzansi TV show uThando neSthembu, but the famous polygamist decided television exposure was not enough, so he wrote a book.
The wealthy business man wrote a book titled Life and Polygamy, which aimed to address misconceptions surrounding the practice and alter how people view it. Mseleku added it was important for people, especially men, to understand polygamy since so many women have been left broken because of it.
Two months ago, Briefly.co.za also reported on Musa taking on a music career when he released his first single.
The polygamous KZN business man had taken on a career in music. His single, Izibongo Zika Musa Mseleku, was believed to be that start of more interesting things.
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