- Nonkanyiso Conco has made her debut on The Real Housewives of Durban and it was certainly memorable
- The mother-of-one showed off her spicy and sassy personality on the popular Showmax show
- Mzansi social media users instantly took a liking to her and are hoping to see more of her and Ayanda Ncwane
Jacob Zuma’s baby momma, Nonkanyiso Conco has made her grand appearance on The Real Housewives of Durban.
The young lady was a highly-anticipated cast member as many thought that she would bring in the tea regarding living in the Zuma household in Nkandla. Unfortunately, Nonkanyiso, or LaConco, as she wants to be called, dismissed all of that.
However, she brought enough drama without having to talk about the former president.
LaConco impressed viewers with her attitude and wit. The fact that she got along with the current fave Ayanda Ncwane also left her in fans’ good books.
ATwitter user Luluvuyele said:
“LaConco is a vibe, I was laughing the whole time when she was talking to Ayanda.”
“LaConco being here will be good for my health, they should speak IsiZulu more often because wow.”
“LaConco is the girl she thinks she is. Worth the wait. That entrance sequence was everything.”
“LaConco and Ayanda’s vibe is bomb. I love them together.”
“That Ayanda and LaConco’s 6 minutes conversation between 17:55-23:55 truly carried the entire episode”
“LaConco doesn’t want to answer any questions about Z*ma?? and she doesn’t even throw us some bones, mina I thought she came on the show to tell her story her way! Kanti lutho!”
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that Jacob Zuma’s family issued a warning to his ex-fiancée and baby mama, Nonkanyiso Conco, ahead of the debut show of The Real Housewives of Durban she is a part of later this month.
In an exclusive interview with Briefly.co.za, Zuma’s nephew Inkosi Simphiwe Zuma said this is not a ploy to censor Conco, arguing that the family does not want its name to fly on TV shows.
“Already the Zuma name is being talked about almost every day in the media. We don’t want any drama as the family. Enough is enough,” said Inkosi Zuma.
He said Conco could talk about anything “but we warn her not to bring the Zuma name into disrepute or else she will regret”.
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