Mzansi actress Palesa Madisakwane has decided to make things clear following the comments she made on the episode of Living The Dream With Somizi.
The star trended after recounting how she reacted realizing that the father of her child is gay.
She even shared how his mother, the late Mary Twala told her that she should give them the baby and live on with her life.
Palesa on the other hand set the record straight saying her words her was taken out of context because clips need to be cut to allow space for other clips to be edited into the episode.
To clarify what she meant, Palesa wrote that she was not ordered to give away Bahumi but was rather presented with an opportunity to continue her studies while they took care of Bahumi.
“When uMa [Mary Twala] said I can give the baby to them, she was not ordering me she was not insisting or taking my baby away from me. As a caring and loving mother she was to me she meant she will take care of my baby and she loved me enough to want to see me go back to school and make a good life for myself,” she clarified.
She said she was not restricted in seeing Bahumi and revealed that she could see her whenever she wanted.
“Anytime any day I was allowed to fetch my baby and visit my baby hence I became part of the family. Please note most of these clips are edited out because of time so please do not misinterpret or misunderstand the conversation. God blessed me with a beautiful and loving mother and family. May her beautiful soul rest in peace,” she ended off.
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