Skolopad's unfortunate infertility has led her to not wanting to get married despite the offers she's received from KZN men, she feels that being a side-chick will be less 'baggage' for her.
Speaking to TshisaLIVE, Skolopad said that after her previous statement of wanting to date married men, KZN men had approached her father to ask for her hand in marriage, however, she is still content with the thought of being a side-chick.
"All my KZN men are already showing interest. You know, the Zulu men love polygamy so some of them went to my father and told him they would be interested in marrying me. I told him to ask them if they have money and if they're sure they have wives. I won't ever be a wife to them even if they married me, I'll always be the official side."
Skolopad who is very careful about the values she instills in her daughter says that she doesn't want the pressures that come with being a wife.
"All I want is to be treated like the queen I am. I know what I want and I want a man who also knows what he wants. So I don't want the baggage that comes with being a wife, you know the 'for better and worse' women. I won't have to build a home or be stressed that I can't have kids, so I will happily be an official side chick"
The entertainer even went as far as relating her situation to a story in the good book, quoting the seven-woman from the Bible, saying:
"We can feed and clothe ourselves but please let us say you are our husband so that we won't have to endure the shame of being unmarried." - Isaiah 4 verse 1.
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