Gospel Musician Leaves Wife For His Baby Mama
South African gospel artist, Paul K, has caused controversy by leaving his wife to be with his side chick, Lindiwe Ndala. Victoria, his wife, says that the affair started in 2020, and she tried to make their marriage work but eventually gave up.
She was heartbroken when she learned about the affair, especially since they had been married for 15 years and had three children. Despite leaving, Victoria has not yet filed for divorce but is considering it. Paul K’s lover, Lindiwe, confirmed that they are dating.
In the statement to Sunday World, the heartbroken Victoria said:
“Paul K is the father of my three children, and I learnt that he was cheating on me when I was preparing to give birth to our third child. I was at my parental home in Pretoria because I went back home during previous pregnancies to give birth.
“I realized when I went back to our marital house that he had been with someone else, and later it was revealed he was cheating on me with his long-time ex-girlfriend. It did not make sense because Paul and I have been married for 15 years, and he never showed remorse or willingness to leave the woman when I confronted him about it.
“I could not take it anymore, so I had to leave, and I thought that he would note my absence and do something about it, but nothing happened. it still makes no sense.”
Gospel Musician chooses baby mama over wife.
Victoria has realized that marrying a gospel musician doesn’t guarantee a lifetime relationship.
On the other hand, when asked about the affair, Paul pointed out that he dated Lindiwe first when they were still young and had a child together. These two share the musician’s first child, and they rekindled their love after he was married.
Paul is said to have proposed a polygamous marriage to Victoria, but she refused. Conversely, Lindiwe says that she will welcome Victoria back anytime to have been a sister wife.
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