Polygamist Musa Mseleku has warned the public against the dangers of having multiple sexual partners in a bid to please themselves. He reckons that is often the misconception people have about polygamy but in his defense, his intention and goal is to grow the Mseleku name.
In his recent interview with Drum, Musa Mseleku highlighted the goal of polygamy and what his intentions were from the beginning.
He said he never entered into a polygamous marriage for sexual gains. He instead wishes to grow the family name through his children. He currently has 10 children and he wants 10 more.
“I’m not a porn star. I am not in this for sexual pleasure. People find joy in having multiple sexual partners, but that is not what it is about for me. I want to grow the Mseleku name and do it the right way.
“I have been clear about my goals and intentions from the beginning. I am a family man. Sexual health and education are one of the first things you address in a polygamous marriage. The family needs to be assured the person you are bringing is healthy. Sometimes men kill the very same people they say they love in the quest of satisfying themselves.”
Mseleku then went a little deeper and spoke about his family's health. He suggested that he and his four wives undergo tests now and then to ensure that they are all healthy.
“Everyone needs to test for HIV/AIDS and other illnesses because if you are going to have unprotected sex and you start experiencing certain diseases, we must know where it started to avoid accusing each other,” he told the publication. “We don’t want a situation where I would end up accusing my wives, as men often like to shift the blame. So, sexual health is one of the most important discussions to have before anything. That is why it is wrong for men and women to have multiple partners, that is not what polygamy is about,” he added.
Musa Mseleku is part of a Mzansi Magic’s four-part series, Black Conversation. In it, personalities meet to discuss certain issues affecting communities. These include but are not limited to polygamy, body shaming, colourism in the community, cancel culture etc.
Viewers can expect to see their faves such as the polygamist himself, entertainment commentator Phil Mphela, radio personality Dineo Ranaka, comedians Celeste Ntuli, Tall Ass Mo and Lesego 'Coconut' Kelz Tlhabi, radio personality Felix Hlophe, and presenter Thembisa Mdoda-Nxumalo.
Musa Mseleku has four wives MaCele, MaYeni, MaNgwabe and MaKhumalo and has 10 children. His aim is to have more than 20 children and to achieve that he must marry a 5th wife. But his wives are not keen about his decision.
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