- Once again, Khaya Mthethwa is trending on social media as people discuss his divorce
- People are dragging the popular pastor and gospel singer for saying he knew that he didn't want to be married anymore
- Many feel that the man of God should have tried harder, while others feel that approach is unfair to him as a person
Fans of pastor and gospel singer Khaya Mthethwa were deeply upset when they learnt that he and his wife of 2 years, Ntando Kunene-Mthethwa, are calling it quits.
Ntando made the announcement of their divorce on social media, also talking about their marriage for a bit.
Not much later, a video surfaced that showed Khaya saying earlier the year that he knew he didn't want to be married anymore.
Briefly.co.za reported that this video clip was met with a mixed reaction. Some people felt that he was making excuses for the failure of his marriage.
It seems that the judgement of Khaya from strangers is not over yet, as he continues to trend on social media.
The way people are judging Khaya is quite merciless, but there are at least some folk who defend him. Check out what Twitter users have to say as the discussion of the pastor's private life continues:
"So ya'll wanted Khaya to pretend for another 6years to make ya'll happy to make it "seem" like he tried harder to satisfy nina? At whose expense?"
"Khaya yena sounds like a spoilt brat. How he kinda hints that his dad's expectations are to blame for his divorce and how he makes it all about him..."
"Khaya is a selfish & fake person. Never like the guy after we went to Idols being a trained musician with exposure, to deny other kids to shine. What did he do eventually? Go back to gospel he was already doing."
"I don't understand why people suddenly hate khaya as if it's his fault alone... 100% his, and the other party didn't consent to everything."
"Nothing Khaya Mthethwa does shocks me... all Christians have filthy hearts!! He started by breaking that friendship then now he knew he was done with marriage while the wife was still pregnant... Yikes"
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