Meanwhile, Moshe Ndiki said he’s happy and feels like he was discharged from the hospital after breaking up with the young Bala brother.
On Friday morning during the Morning Flava on Metro FM Moshe Ndiki said his healing has been there and that his grandmother used to tell him it’s nice to break up with a man that is not financially there.
“My grandmother used to tell me that akumnandi ukwehlukana nendoda engabhejiyo (a man who does not spoil you),” said Moshe Ndiki.
Patting himself on the back, Moshe Ndiki said he tried because his mother was only married for 28 days.
Moshe Ndiki also laughed off reports that he allegedly “partnered” with the Randburg Court to get his divorce decree.
Phelo Bala’s new single Andisafuni opens with “This is not what I’d sign up for, trust me I’ll rather be alone,” stating that it was the “lies” that put him in between.
Singing further, Phelo Bala sings that he’ll never stay with someone who treats him like he will never get someone else.
“It’s the little things that get to me… and the lies that put me in between,” he sings suggesting that Moshe Ndiki is a liar.
Moshe Ndiki has previously denied abusing Phelo Bala, saying that the most he’s prepared to state at that moment was that he has in no way abused him and he’s prepared to follow legal processes to prove that fact.
“The fact that the truth is complex is not an excuse to resort to comfortable lies. Lies can disguise themselves as truth but eventually, the truth comes to light,” said Phelo Bala.
You can listen to Andisafuni below: