Khaya Mthethwa opens up about having struggles in his marriage

Khaya Mthethwa opens up about having struggles in his marriage

- When Ntando Kunene-Mthethwa announced that she and pastor Khaya Mthethwa were getting divorced, fans were deeply upset

- Since then, a video has been shared of the popular man of God briefly saying that the two of them had had many struggles in their marriage

- However, some people feel that he was trying to make excuses for his divorce and looking for attention

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Khaya Mthethwa and former Miss SA, Ntando Kunene-Mthethwa, are getting a divorce and their fans are not happy.

Ntando shared the sad news on social media in an open and heartbreaking post.

In her post, Ntando spoke about her marriage to Khaya and becoming a mother to their son. According to her, they made a mutual decision to end their marriage.

"In Dec 2017 my husband Khaya Mthethwa and I got married and we were soon blessed with a handsome bubbly son. In the last few days, my husband and I have had in-depth discussions about our marriage and our young family challenges."

Since then, a video has surfaced that shows how Khaya has admitted - if only briefly - that his marriage had many struggles.

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In the video, he opens about having difficulties in his marriage. Khaya even mentioned that at the beginning of the year he was ready to end his marriage.

The news of their divorce came not long after the couple toasted their second year of being married.

However, noticed that people weren't impressed with what Khaya said. Many felt he was looking for attention or trying to justify his divorce.


"I am still greatly bothered by how negative his “preaching” was to be quite honest. You can’t be a Preacher & be projecting your negativity on your congregation like that. You need to uplift their spirits despite your personal challenges. Maybe I should Coach him."


"Seeking validation from congregants, sin is sin; this thing of parents imposing something on their kids never works."


"This kid needs to shut up and deal with his issues himself. Looks like he is just seeking attention. Marriages are failing, struggling and mending every day...abeg!"


"Marriage is not for the faint-hearted, if you can't forgive and can't humble yourself don't waste your time with marriage, it will humble you very fast."


"If your marriage isn't built on a solid foundation which is Jesus Christ, it will surely collapse... Men you need to first seek God, that's the only way you gonna lead your families to the right place."

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