Here’s why Sithelo Shozi never revealed the face of her newborn baby

Here’s why Sithelo Shozi never revealed the face of her newborn baby

Sithelo Shozi
Sithelo Shozi

Sithelo Shozi revealed why she doesn’t reveal the face of her third baby, Coco via an Instagram Live on Tuesday 18 January.

Sithelo Shozi went live on Instagram on Tuesday 18 January after teasing her heartache song Hell And Back. There were around 7000 people tuned in because numerous allowed Sithelo would speak about her break up from “ baby daddy” Andile Mpisane.
Numerous believed the brace were still together but Andile shocked Mzansi with his engagement and marriage to model Tamia Mpisane. Sithelo didn’t speak about Andile but she did tell her suckers and followers why she doesn’t reveal the face of her youthful child.
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The musician has not yet shown the face of her invigorated baby Coco. The reason for this is because she’s guarding her child. She said that she doesn’t post the face of any of her children until they turn one. Sithelo said that this is a conscious decision she made with her family.
Andile’s mama Shauwn “ MaMkhize” Mkhize seems to admire Sithelo’s decision as she also doesn’t post Coco’s face. Sithelo and Andile partake two children – Flo and Coco but he’s reportedly demanding a maternity test on Coco. When MaMkhize responded to the maternity test claims, she posted a two heart emojis over Coco’s face.

A original publication reported that Andile ditched Sithelo because he questioned the maternity of their alternate child Coco. The publication also reported that he took back the luxurious BMW he blessed her in November 2021.
MaMkhize is believed to be the bone who demanded the maternity test.
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“ She has always heard stories about Sithelo and her motives for dating her son,” said a source to the publication.
“ Sithelo has no benefits presently. MaMkhize is raising the child as her own,” said a source to the publication.

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