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Thomas Gumede says Mzansi’s got it all wrong, He is not Zola Nombona’s Baby Daddy

Zola Nombona

On Tuesday, Thomas Gumede revealed that he was expecting his first child with a series of ultrasound snaps that showed off his growing bundle. Thomas shared a heartfelt caption that explained just how he felt since hearing the news that he would be welcoming something special in a few months time.

Thomas Gumede

I remember clearly the day I found out about you. Your mother looked at me and said “I’m pregnant” and then proceeded to cry. I understood it was tears of joy, anxiety, excitement, disbelief, love and the small realization that life will never be the same again,” shared the actor.

Thomas Gumede

Whilst his post was a definite attention grabber, there was a small particular detail that caught his followers attentions. On the third picture, some people noticed a particular name on the ultrasound image, that of a particular female celebrity, Zola Nombona. Earlier this year, Zola announced that she was expecting her first child but made no mention of the father of the child. Well, now the cat is out of the bag, thanks to Thomas.

Thomas on Wednesday, joked about the little revelation on Twitter by saying that was what people actually saw was the baby’s name but no one is buying it as there is also a date of birth written which is the same as Zola’s 10/03/1992 on the ultrasound.

“No man guys, you got it all wrong. The name on the top of the 3rd baby picture is the baby’s name,” joked Thomas.

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Demi and Noma

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Source: Zalebs