South African model and the face of Trace TV, Joelle Kayembe has been slapped with a protection order issued against her by her father Kalonji Kayembe.
The Congolese mining tycoon opened up to City Press, revealing that he had been kicked out of his home by his wife and daughter Joelle after they found out he had impregnated the daughter of his neighbour’s domestic worker.
Kalonji blamed his daughter for the misfortune by expressing how stupid women are and couldn’t understand how Joelle could collude against him being kicked out of his own home.
“She supported her mother to throw me out of the house. I was told to stay 100m away from the house. All I can say is that I was naughty. I can’t tell you why I was thrown out of the house because that is our secret.”
Kalonji has since left the country because he had no place to live and is currently staying in one of his houses in Lusaka, Zambia. Kalonji was so infuriated that he even blamed the South African law for the position he’s in right now.
“The laws of that country (SA) protect women too much and don’t care about men. How can they court me out my own house?” (Really dude?)
The tables turned when Kalonji’s young lover confessed to City Press that she indeed had sexual relations with the man:
“My mother was a domestic worker and Kalonji was our neighbour. I knew his wife and kids well.”
She further told City Press that Kalonji would give her lifts in his luxurious car where he one day asked if she’d sleep with him during the ride where the baby was conceived.
“He gave me money and we started dating, when I found out that I was pregnant, he was not in the country. He had gone to take care of his businesses in Congo.”
Joelle and her mother have been tight-lipped on the issue.