Maintenance issues have mostly required a third party to assist in formulating structures regarding the finances and co-parenting agreements.
Due to the sensitivity of such situations, family meetings are conducted in privacy, however, sometimes the whole world is let in into this process.
Rachel Dinyane reached out to South Africa’s most popular television show, No Excuse,Pay Papgeld on Moja Love, to try and get assistance from Nico regarding the maintenance of their six year old son.
Nico Matlala is notoriously known for his Casanova ways as his famous exes include actress and musician,KB Motsilanyane, Palesa Madisakwane and Winnie Ntshaba was linked to him at some point.
Nico Matlala a famous Casanova who is always trending on social media. Rachel Dinyane the mother of his son has tried to ask for help from him but he always gives her excuses.#Papgeld Sat at 18h30 on Moja Love DStv Ch 157. pic.twitter.com/cZNulgY6SU
— MojaLoveTv DStv Channel 157 (@MojaLoveTv) February 8, 2019
Viewers watched in total disbelief when Nico was finally confronted by the baby mama and the crew just outside the Midrand Police Station.
During the episode, Nico vehemently denied paternity of the child but soon demanded a paternity test to be done before taking any responsibility of the child. On the other side of the coin, Rachel mentioned that she actually did paternity tests and they came back positive.
This particular episode of No Excuse, Pay Papgeld left Tweeps in total shock as they found Nico’s behaviour to be appalling. Peep the comments below.
Tracking down Nico Matlala proved to be a mammoth task for Rachel and the crew as she shared that it took them a whole six months to finally trace him for this show.
The unimaginable happened, when Nico denied paternity of the child, even further displaying no recollection of ever being in a relationship with Rachel.
Nico Matlatla’s controversial streak shot up the roof after dating Lebo Mabe who at the time dumped her not so wealthy boyfriend, Shaun The Stylist.
That relationship was marred with toxicity, with claims of various forms of abuse taking place behind closed doors.