Sfiso Ncwane in baby mama drama, says 'I'm not going to support another man's child'
It doesn’t rain but pours for Sfiso Ncwane after a woman surfaced claiming the gospel singer is the father of her 11-year-old son and that “he has done nothing for his son.”
Pinky Dlamini, 29, added to Ncwane’s woes after she told Drum magazine’s latest issue that the Kulingile Baba hit-maker is not supporting the boy.
But the Bayede Baba singer denies paternity and rubbished Dlamini as “jealous and bitter.” Ncwane challenged her to do DNA tests to prove that he is truly not the father of the boy, according to the report.
“That boy is not mine and I know who the real father is. I’m not going to support another man’s child. Pinky knows the truth and if she insists on saying I’m the father, then let’s go for a DNA test,” Ncwane told Drum.
“Like all ex-girlfriends she’s not happy that I dumped her and became successful.”
Pinky said: “My son doesn’t even have shoes as we speak…he doesn’t even have a school uniform and Sfiso is nowhere to be found.”
She claims to have dated Ncwane in 2002 but the gospel star disappeared into thin air soon after she fell pregnant.
Ncwane made headlines two weeks ago after his mother, Fikile Ncwane, said she sometimes went to bed hungry shortly after her son Sfiso donated a car worth almost R2 million to his pastor Reverend Francis Anosike.
Pinky claims she was also shocked by Sfiso's extravagant gift to the pastor.