Kaizer Chiefs Star Marries Uzalo Actress

Zimbabwean international forward Khama Billiat has reportedly married a second wife after recently paying lobola for South African TV presenter, singer and former actress Nomcebo Mthethwa.

According to a report in the South African newspaper City Press on Sunday, Billiat recently paid lobola for the young socialite who comes from eMpangeni in KwaZulu-Natal.

According to the City Press report, Billiat laughed and hung up when a reporter called to ask about his reported marriage to Mthethwa, who quit as an actress on the popular SABC soapie Uzalo to pursue a career in music.

Her mother Smaniso Mthethwa told the newspaper that Billiat was engaged to her daughter but referred questions to the couple.

Mthethwa, recently released a single, Makoti – perhaps celebrating her union with Billiat.

Billiat last year hogged the limelight for the wrong reasons after being embroiled in an off-the-field drama with a 22-year-old woman who the South African media claimed was his baby mama.

The Aces Youth Academy graduate has been trying to keep his private life, especially his love life, to himself until this weekend’s reports he paid lobola for Durban-based Trace presenter Nomcebo ‘Dot’ Mthethwa.

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