Veteran actor Sello Maake Ka-Ncube has set the record straight about his feelings towards his ex-wife, Palesa Mboweni, and it’s not a good one.
Ka-Ncube responded to a Sunday World article reporting that Mboweni has gone the legal way to demand that he pay spousal support.
Mboweni is also insisting that Ka-Ncube pay the legal fees and R200 000 as an equal share of their Dube home in Soweto after he defaulted on payments.
Sello Ka-Ncube’s Divorce
The couple tied the knot in 2015, but divorced eight months later and their marriage was in community of property. The Supreme Court of Pretoria ordered the couple to divide and divide their estate equally.
Because Mboweni has not received the ordered payments, her lawyers threatened to seize the house where he lives with his family and sell it. new wifePearl Mbewe Ka Ncube.
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Ka-Ncube said this development made him feel like he had never met Mboweni in his life. In a long message on Instagram the former The Queen actor explained his side of the story and says he will not fight this.
‘Married a scammer’
“I can’t believe I was married to a scammer and you called me names when I realized my blunder and divorced her after eight months!
“I am not fighting this case because I want to cheat on my ex-wife, I want the truth to be known and maybe I can help the young men who may be victims of women who are similar to my ex-wife.
“For the record, I have to state categorically and unequivocally that I don’t think all women behave or do things that my ex-wife did to me.
“Be careful and do your independent character assessment before committing to anyone. The shares don’t even matter to me, it’s a matter of principle, this marriage was flawed and based on falsehood to begin with, misrepresentation by my ex wife is too disgusting to even list all the things she did i mean the wife tried to change her kids surnames in my name without me knowing and i wouldn’t have known if i called a phone conversation between her and her mother.”
He went on to claim that Mboweni’s family was not happy with the intention to change her children’s surnames, adding that they accused him of using his big name to humiliate them.
“The point is, we [so-called] celebrities are ducks, we are threatened by people who mistreat us, lie to us and when all hell breaks loose they talk about us at tables and boardrooms and then run to the media,” he wrote.
Ka-Ncube concluded that public figures also struggle ‘in silence’ and he even considered suicide because of his ex-wife.
“The pain, shame and grief she caused me was incomprehensible. Men must stop suffering in silence, we must fight for what is right without physical violence.”
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