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IN SOUTH AFRICA: Inside Sjava and baby mama saga – Read

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Sjava and hectic dramas seem unending, as another chapter got opened by a woman with the name Mandisa Mtubu.

In an interview with Drum magazine, the 26-year-old woman says the singer has a son with her but refused to pay papgeld for the son.

The baby mama said she isn’t interested in having any romantic relationship with Sjava, but all she needs from him is to take responsibility over his son.

She revealed that Ambitiouz Entertainment and the singer bribed her to stay low about the son.

“They gave me R10 000 in cash and told me to keep quiet, he wants to keep my child a secret and I will not allow it”.

Though, he sent money for the care of the child, but stopped after a year with doubt over the child’s paternity.

“I am really tired. If the child was not his, why would he support me for almost a year?”

“He needs to support his son. I don’t have to be with him, but the child deserves to be supported by his father.”

Meanwhile, the drama about his wife and ex lover, Lady Zamar has been swept beneath the carpet.

The last update received was that the issue will be settled legally.

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