- Phelo Bala took to social media to let his ex Moshe Ndiki know that he misses him
- With Phelo having been the one to move on first and make their break up public, fans never expected him to be the one to run back
- Taking to social media Phelo shared an old snap of him and Moshe and let his ex know just how much he misses him
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Phelo Bala took to social media to let his ex Moshe Ndiki know that he misses him. While this came as a major shock to many, it seems Phelo does not care who knows what he feels for Moshe.
With Phelo having been the one to move on first and make their break up public, fans never expected him to be the one to run back. Phelo clearly isn’t over Moshe, even though he tried really hard to seem like he was.
Taking to social media Phelo shared an old snap of him and Moshe and let his ex know just how much he misses him. Phelo went as far as tagging Moshe in the post.
"I miss you @moshendiki. Khanindithetheleni guys...."
Seeing the post made some feel some type of way. The public just does not understand what is going on or why Phelo would be running back to Moshe. The post blew up on social media and peeps shared their opinions with zero chill.
Briefly.co.za previous reported that Moshe Ndiki just made one of the biggest announcements of 2020; he is going to be a father! After all that has been going on in Moshe’s life, this is literally the last thing anyone expected to hear.
Choosing to become a parent is a huge decision that takes many a long time to make. Becoming a parent is the single most amazing blessing life grants you.
Briefly.co.za came across Moshe’s big announcement post, and like everyone else, was shook. After the recent breakup drama with Phelo, peeps expected literally anything but this.
It seems that Moshe had decided on having a child of his own a while back as he had been consulting with a fertility clinic and found a surrogate to carry his baby.
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