“I Don’t Imagine A World Without My Four Beautiful Wives”: Polygamist Musa Mseleku Gushes Over His Ladies
Businessman and popular polygamist Musa Mseleku recently took to his Instagram account and wrote a heartfelt message to his four wives.
Mseleku is married to four gorgeous wives, namely Busisiwe “MaCele” Mseleku, Nokukhanya “Mayeni” Mseleku, Thobile (also known as “MaKhumalo”), and Mbali (also known as “MaNgwabe”). As a proud polygamist, he openly expresses his affection for his wives.
Musa took to his Instagram account to express his deep love and appreciation for his four ladies. He openly declared his satisfaction with his decision to embrace a polygamous marriage and confidently stated that he would not have it any other way.
“I don’t imagine a world without my four beautiful wives. If I were given a second chance, I will still marry them. Love you, guys.”
Despite being in a polygamous marriage, Musa Mseleku takes great care to ensure that each of his four wives feels loved, happy, and well-taken care of.
On Valentine’s Day, he expressed his deep appreciation for all of them by writing a beautiful message that celebrated their unique qualities and contributions to his life.
“Let us celebrate love INdlovukazi maCele, the cornerstone of our legacy and the custodian of our values, iNdlunkulu maYeni the epitome of our love and longevity, iNdlunkulu maKhumalo the symbol of Hope and things hope for, iNdlunkulu maNgwabe the symbol of our strength and resilience for our family. Let us celebrate love in the month of love.”
Recently, Mseleku faced criticism from his fans who accused him of playing favorites among his wives. He was accused of favoring his third wife, MaKhumalo after he was seen attending events with her but not with the other wives.
However, Musa quickly addressed these claims and made it clear that polygamous marriage is all about equality. He stated that he views all of his wives as equal and refuted any suggestions of favoritism.
“There has been an ongoing outcry on social media saying I choose to go with MaKhumalo to most of the events, and that to me is very interesting because it means now you understand Isithembu is about equality … they are all equal and the same. Let us spread love to all of them.”