MaKhumalo is the wife of Musa Mseleku. Image via Instagram @thobilek.

‘She’s two-faced and she needs to heal’: MaKhumalo SLAMS LaConco

‘I’ve become a painful reminder of her failed relationship,’ said ‘RHOD’ star MaKhumalo while discussing LaConco’s ‘hatred’ toward her.


MaKhumalo is the wife of Musa Mseleku. Image via Instagram @thobilek.

Over the last few weeks, Twitter users and Real Housewives of Durban viewers have picked up on Nonkanyiso “LaConco” Conco’s cold attitude toward her co-star Thobile “MaKhumalo” Mseleku. During one of the season two episodes, LaConco threw shade at MaKhumalo who arrived late at her own dinner.

Fans did not appear to like this and called LaConco out for acting better than MaKhumalo. She has since spoken out about LaConco’s animosity towards her.

Sjoe! MaKhumalo slams LaConco

A lot of people could sense that LaConco just wasn’t feeling MaKhumalo’s vibe. While some people brushed it off, others blamed MaYeni, MaKhumalo’s sister-wife.

MaKhumalo, who could tell that LaConco was being cold towards her, recently shared with Daily Sun why she believes LaConco doesn’t like her.

According to her, LaConco hates her because she is a painful reminder of her failed relationship with former president Jacob Zuma.

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“Her hatred toward me has nothing to do with MaYeni and everything to do with her past. She needs to heal. I guess she is saying all these things to heal from her past relationship,” she said.

No love lost…

She also went on to take a jab at LaConco’s relationship with Jacob Zuma.

“I’ve become a painful reminder of her failed relationship.”

MaKhumalo also went on to say that LaConco uses different tones to speak to people and was fake towards Londie MaBusi.

LaConco said she met with LaConco after the episode and her tone was different to the day she spoke about her to Londie London and Mabusi.

“Her tone was not the same as it was when she spoke to her friends. She’s two-faced and people will soon see her,” she said.

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