‘I want more kids’ – DJ Zinhle

By Qhama Dayile
23 February 2017

“I want more kids. I regret having a child late in life. I wish I could have had one earlier, but I am ready for more now,” she says.

Ntombezinhle Jiyane, aka DJ Zinhle, revealed to DRUM that she regrets having a child late and would like to have more kids soon.

This 33-year-old mother of 19-month-old Kairo Owethu Forbes says she’s busy focusing on being a good mother and she cannot wait to have more children. Her daughter’s father is rapper AKA.

The popular DJ says she refuses to conform to society’s standards of happiness and is open to having more children out of wedlock.

“It doesn’t matter whether I get married first or later, and having children from different fathers does not concern me. We have labelled too many things as right and wrong. I could have gotten married and then divorced. I never think I need to get married first before I have a child,” Zinhle adds.

Reports recently suggested she snatched her current boyfriend, Brendon Naidoo, from a lady by the name of Nomasonto Msomi.

In the report, Nomasonto’s friends claim that two months into the relationship, Zinhle came along and destroyed the happy home.

Addressing the allegations, Zinhle says she has never heard of the lady in question.

“I think there are a lot of forces in place that have nothing to do with me. I don’t know where that story came from, what the intension was. It doesn’t affect me. It had nothing to do with me,” she says.

The Colours DJ says there are a lot of negative stories written about her daily and she has learnt to block them out.

“A lot of things are said and written about me on social media and in newspapers. The day I realised that those things have nothing to do with me, was the day my life was saved.

“I don’t believe in haters and I’m not gonna worry myself about it. If someone is gaining something from it then it’s his or her gain. I can’t lose myself. I don’t pay attention any more, I don’t consume it,” she adds.

Zinhle has made a conscious decision to be happy.

“I am not always in control, but I know when I am not. No hater has said anything negative to my face. I know I’m a good person. If someone is obsessed with destroying me or being mean to me, it means they are going through something deeper,” she explains.

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