[VIDEO] Is This Londie London's New Man?

Reportedly, the singer has moved on from Hlubi Nkosi

By  | May 23, 2023, 09:32 AM  | Drama

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Singer and Former Real Housewives of Durban (RHOD) Londiwe Siphiwokuhle Zulu, commonly known as Londie London, has allegedly moved from her messy breakup with businessman Hlubi Nkosi.

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Apparently, Londie has found love in the arms of a man named Mabonga. According to the popular blog Saltry Entertainment Juice, Mabonga is allegedly a scammer who swindles people out of money.
Londie and Hlubi have two kids together. In an episode of RHOD which was released on Showmax on Wednesday 15 January. Londie told Sorisha Naidoo and Annie Mthembu that Hlubi was a deadbeat dad.

“He doesn’t care about the kids,” she said.

“I’m just scared you know? I feel like I’ve let my kids down,” she continued.

“I didn’t have the support I needed, especially from the father,” she told them.

“The breakup was complicated because we had different values and opinions. We just weren’t on the same page,' she said.

The singer said she did not imagine herself being a single mother of two. She also addressed allegations of infidelity.

"I don’t know the woman they’re talking about. She had nothing to do with our breakup. I don’t even remember there being a pregnant side chick. I still don’t know who she is,” she added.

In a series of Instagram stories, the Sukemabhozeni hitmaker addressed claims that Hlubi wanted to do a DNA test on their first child.

Amidst the drama of the breakup, the public also learned that Hlubi Nkosi was allegedly dating outside of his relationship with Londie. This was allegedly the reason for their relationship's demise.

Londie told naysayers to back off and said they must not lie about their kids.

“Polygamy, Tazz, Paternity, what in the fake news is this,” she wrote.

She added “You can lie and say whatever you want about me but not my kids. Ngcea nje singajwayelani kabi,” Londie slammed the fake reports.

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