Haibo: Khama Billiat allegedly stabbed by his baby mama over money

Haibo: Khama Billiat allegedly stabbed by his baby mama over money

- Kaizer Chiefs footballer Khama Billiat's baby mama allegedly stabbed him over child support

- The 22-year-old reportedly wanted to teach the footballer a lesson

- The pair have a nine-month-old child together but Billiat allegedly does not believe that the baby is his

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Khama Billiat is reportedly recovering from a stab wound after his baby mama lost her cool. According to ZAlebs, the young woman, 22, showed up at the Kaizer Chiefs footballer's house to demand money.

Briefly.co.za learned Billiat had been accused of side-stepping the baby mama's calls for support and she decided to take drastic measures.

She reportedly showed up to Billiat's Midrand home with a police escort and they waited for his arrival.

However, things reportedly got heated and she was said to have tried to force the nine-month-old baby into Billiat's car.

Billiat demanded the woman and her child leave and the scorned baby mama lost her cool.

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She reportedly got hold of a screwdriver and stabbed Billiat in the hand, the Daily Sun reported. The baby mama later told the publication she was aware of her actions and she wanted to teach the footballer a "lesson".

She was quoted saying:

“Yes, I stabbed him once and it’s a crazy cut. He was so lucky because he’s taller than me. I wanted to teach him a lesson."

The 22-year-old told the Sunday Sun that the problem started with Billiat failing to support the child financially.

She added the Amakhosi player also now claims the child is not his and she accused him of trying to convince her to terminate the pregnancy.

"He said if I did so he’d give me a monthly stipend. Today, he claims the child isn’t his. If he’s in doubt, I’m ready for a paternity test, but not from his ‘buddies’," she said.

Billiat was reportedly contacted for a comment but he refused to respond.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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