- Norma Mngoma has apparently opted to spill the tea on Malusi Gigaba's relationship with the Guptas
- The estranged ex-wife of the former minister claims her husband received 'a lot' of money from the infamous family
- Mngoma is set to drop more files during an exclusive interview later this evening
Norma Mngoma has evidently opted to break her silence over Malusi Gigaba's allegedly sketchy past.
The ex-wife of the former minister has spilt some serious tea in an interview, claiming that:
“I found him there with the Guptas. They used to give him a lot of money…”
eNCA is set to broadcast the remainder of the interview on Thursday evening, but the small sample of what is yet to come has Mzansi buzzing.
Take a look at just a few of the reactions to this claim, which has seen Norma trending on social media:
@Justpat66: "But she enjoyed the money with him in peace mos, she didn't call us then to tell us she was eating Gupta money in her house, why's she only telling us now when they're separated?"
@LalloDeLa: "She must shut it, when she was chowing the Gupta money with Malusi why didn't she tell us then...suka."
@legion1530: "A scorned woman is unpredictable and dangerous. Melusi must tighten his seat belt it's gonna be a bumpy ride."
@ThatoTheLady: "It seems like people forgot that this man took his wife the mother of his kids to jail that right there was cruel, she settling a score, unfortunately, she might incriminate herself but she doesn't care anymore she has suffered too much humiliation, this is normal for her."
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Norma had been arrested under controversial circumstances in July.
Norma had faced charges for alleged domestic violence, assault, malicious damage to property and even crimen injuria.
The charges had been laid against her by Gigabe after she had damaged a Mercedes-Benz G-Wagon which was on loan to the ANC politician.
The arrest itself had been a bone of contention with the Hawks themselves getting involved in the domestic dispute.
The law enforcement group had claimed that Norma had been involved in a 'conspiracy to murder' the former minister. Norma and her legal team had rejected this allegation.
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