Senzo Meyiwa's widow speaks up on cheating ways: "He wanted Kelly"

Senzo Meyiwa's widow speaks up on cheating ways: "He wanted Kelly"

- Senzo Meyiwa'a widow, Mandisa, has opened up about his cheating ways

- Mandisa revealed in an interview the effect Meyiwa's Casanova ways had on her

- The widow also spilled the tea on her late hubby wanting Kelly Khumalo

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In December 2019, reported a tell-all book about the life and times of Senzo Meyiwa had been published.

Soweto Mandlanzi penned a biography about the slain Bucs goalkeeper titled Decoding 666_9: The Inexplicable Life Of Senzo Meyiwa.

One of the key characters in the book is none other than Mandisa Mkhize - Meyiwa's widow - who finally got the opportunity to share her truth.

In an interview with Sunday Sun, Mandisa opened up about her late husband's extra-marital affairs, including his relationship with SA celeb Kelly Khumalo.

Mandisa revealed the slain footballer was quite the Casanova - she revealed he cheated on her on a regular basis and at one point even took her best friend to bed.

According to ZAlebs, the particular incident broke her and she attempted to take her own life.

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Mandisa did not shy away from talking about her husband's affair with Kelly Khumalo. In one of the extracts, Mandisa said she was with Meyiwa when they had nothing.

"When we started with Senzo, we had nothing and yet when he had everything, he wanted Kelly," she said.

As for his death, Mandisa is aware that it hurt Kelly as well. Meyiwa's widow said she knows they both lost someone they "loved deeply".

She added:

"I have learnt that, as a woman, you can do everything for a man. You can change a season and bring winter in summer but when he wants to leave you, even if you buy him something more expensive than a Hummer Kelly drove, he will find a reason to leave. "

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