- Lennox Bacela has had a great career as a soccer player but he recently got dragged on social media
- A woman named Nomusa took to social media to drag Lennox for allegedly not being a part of their child's life
- Nomusa says she wants nothing from Lennox financially, only for him to be a part of their son's life
Lennox Bacela recently got dragged on social media by his baby momma for not being a part of their child's life. The lady took to Twitter to bash Lennox for allegedly not even making an effort to see their child.
The lady's name is Nomusa and she decided to vent on the Twitter timeline with a thread about how Lennox doesn't make an effort. She opened up about how their relationship started and how she fell pregnant.
"Len & I had an affair and that’s how we got pregnant, he ghosted right after I told him about the pregnancy. I let him go, what I did was send him pictures of the scans and stuff but I never got a response," said Nomusa.
She shared how her boyfriend at the time helped raise the child for two years but Lennox didn't take part. Nomusa says that she doesn't want any money from Lennox, just for him to see their child.
"I don’t want a relationship with the father of my child, I want him to have a relationship with our son.
"He doesn’t need to spend a single cent on him, I’ll take him to school and do everything for him as I have been," she added.
She added that Lennox has put her through hell and back and she hopes that her son will not turn out to be like his father.
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Generations: The Legacy's Manaka Ranaka has been accused of being a homewrecker.
The reality TV star trended on social media after tweeps accused her of stealing her baby daddy from her close friend. A tweep took to Twitter recently and shared a screenshot of a post where Manaka's man was still in a relationship with his former wife.
Manaka even commented on the pic that the former couple had posted a while back. The star had reacted to the snap in 2017: "My favourite couple."
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