Umona singer and producer TNS, real name Nkazimulo Ngema has allegedly assaulted his baby-mama at the weekend. According to Sunday World, the alleged incident took place at the muso’s house!
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The paper reports that the alleged assault is said to have ended his relationship with Nothando Mbatha.
According to the paper, when TNS was contacted for a comment he admitted he had abused his lover and asked South Africans to help him fight his violent “demons”.
The 20-year-old TNS claimed that he was willing to face the full might of the law.
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“I think for me to do right by my soul I have to come out about this and get help if I need it because this is haunting me all the time,” said TNS as quoted by the publication.
“I don’t sleep at night, I smoke a lot, I can’t think straight and I’m no longer myself,” added TNS.
In his confession, TNS said he was willing to right his wrongs in any way possible as he was still young and believed he still had a lot to learn about life in general.
“What I did is completely wrong because this is a woman I want to build my future with. We are already a family. It’s a sensitive matter and it’s not easy to admit, but I would appreciate the help,” said TNS.
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The Sunday World reports that TNS also claimed that this was his first experience hitting a woman and it broke his heart when he later realized that he was acting against the law, especially against the mother of his beloved child, who is the cover of his latest album – Phupholethu.
TNS said he never thought he would add to the number of offenders.
Nothando Mbatha confirmed that the incident happened but she would like to deal with the matter privately.
“I don’t think that I should be talking about this (alleged assault) because I recently spoke to him and I don’t want to take this any further with the media,” said Nothando Mbatha.