Even though viewers of Uthando Nes’thembu have always split into teams for Musa Mseleku’s four wives, MaYeni’s two weddings have left them convinced that Musa’s “one true love” is his second wife.
What better way to end season three of uThando Nes’thembu than with MaYeni’s gorgeous traditional Zulu wedding? The second wife of the Mseleku family has taken the season by storm coming out of her shell as candy crush player to Mzansi’s favourite Mseleku wife.
Whether she is throwing low-key shade or making sure she takes her business and minds it over a bottle of water – Mzansi loves her and can’t seem to get enough of the stylish, confident and calm queen. To say MaYeni looked like a dream at her beach wedding would be an understatement. The second wife was a vision and after a long journey of love with Musa Mseleku, she finally got her fairytale wedding.
The “tell-it-like-it-is wife said during her vows that, in the beginning, it was meant to be just her and her husband. While the statement left a lot of people catching feelings, others said her words and their history only showed that they were the meant-to-be pair.
MaCele was very clear that there was no need for any of the other wives to be in the kraal during her traditional Zulu wedding because she is the first wife, and Musa had no wives when he married her.
She has not been dubbed the Queen of Shade for nothing. MaYeni, in that quiet calm nature of hers, has jabs for days and you may not see them coming hidden under her humour and smile. Remember the shade she threw at her bridal shower and the shade she managed to make time for at her Zulu wedding?
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