Sjava declared not the father, alleged baby mama demands a new test

Sjava declared not the father, alleged baby mama demands a new test

- Sjava has been declared not the biological father of his alleged baby mama's child

- Last week, news broke that the lady was demanding papgeld from Sjava for her one-year-old son

- It turns out that Sjava was paternally excluded after undergoing paternity testing last year

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Sjava's alleged baby mama is demanding a new paternity test after one done last year ruled the singer out as her baby's father.

The original test was done at Toga Toga pathology laboratories, but Sjava's ex would like a new one to be conducted at Milpark Netcare Hospital.

Zalebs reported, “The exclusion is based on the fact that he does not show the genetic markers, which have to be present for the biological father of the child at multiple DNA systems. Therefore, it is practically proven that Mr Jabulani Makhubo is NOT the biological father."

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The lady in question has gotten her lawyers, PJ Mathebula Attorneys, involved in an effort to force Sjava to take a second paternity test.

In December of last year, they sent the singer a letter demanding that he take another test.

The letter stated, “It is our instructions that our client would like to have paternity tests done at Lancet laboratories in Milpark Netcare Hospital on 12 December 2019 for the paternity test of [child], alleged to have been born by our client and yourself. This is due to the discrepancies of your chosen pathologist."

Sjava has, so far, not taken the second test.

He has, however, been reshuffling his professional life.

Last week, Briefly.co.za reported that the muso had left Ambitiouz Entertanment, to the delight of the majority of his fans.

News of Sjava allegedly not supporting his son broke in the same week.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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