Lady Du defends Nhlanhla Mafu over mystery man Instagram post

21 December 2022 - 11:00
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Lady Du said Nhlanhla Mafu will post her man on social media once they are both ready.
Lady Du said Nhlanhla Mafu will post her man on social media once they are both ready.
Image: Twitter/Lady Du

Lady Du has come out in defence of fellow musician Nhlanhla Mafu on Twitter over her mystery man she posted a few days ago.

Taking to Twitter, the amapiano songstress replied to a post by someone who reposted the pictures Nhlanhla posted to mark the start of Christmas. 

“I have so many questions but ke happiness yabo phambili,” the tweep wrote.

To which Lady replied: “Don’t question what is not yours”.

Another tweep replied to her response, “Then don't put out to the public something you don't want to be scrutinised on.”

This is when the Umsebenzi Wethu hit maker explained the musician and businesswoman was respecting the privacy of her beau.

“Nhlanhla has been through a lot. She is ready to tell you she has a man but is respecting his privacy due to what social media might do. She’s protecting him for now. When they are both ready she’ll post. Most importantly respecting his children too.”

In the Instagram post, Nhlanhla concealed the identity of her mystery man and his children.

“You put the Merry in my Christmas,” she captioned her post containing family Christmas portraits.

Nhlanhla and her ex-husband Thembinkosi “TK” Nciza split in 2019.

“After almost 15 years of our strong bond of marriage, my husband TK Nciza and I have come to a tough but amicable decision to bring an end to our union,” her statement read.

“I am thankful for the support we have given each other over the years while raising our children. We shall remain on good terms and continue our endeavour to be great and exemplary parents to our children.”



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