Busiswa gets candid about her son's father on Somizi's talk show

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Busiswa.
Busiswa.
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  • Musician Busiswa Gqhulu was a guest on the latest episode of Downtime with Somizi.
  • The singer opened up about her son's father Katlego "DJ Kaygee" Mlangeni in a conversation with Somizi and Makhadzi.
  • Busiswa welcomed her baby boy in 2018.


Busiswa Gqhulu got candid about her son's father, Katlego "DJ Kaygee" Mlangeni, in a conversation with media personality Somizi Mhlongo.

The My Power singer was a guest on the latest episode of Somizi's talk show, Downtime with Somizi. The show offers viewers a deeper glimpse into some of the country's most famous and celebrated names.

"The father of my child just didn't want to be a father," Busiswa said during her conversation with Somizi and fellow singer and dancer Makhadzi during a dinner.

The 33-year-old shared her feelings as the trio discussed a variety of relationships, including their support structures and relationships.

During the talk, Busiswa also shared that she could not "make" a man get to the level of preparation and acceptance that she was at when she fell pregnant. She said she was 29 at the time, while Mlangeni was reportedly 24.

"I have a child [and] if I were to choose the father, it would not be the person who is his father," she said during the dinner.

Busiswa and Mlangeni welcomed their baby boy into the world in 2018.

In 2019, City Press reported that Mlangeni faced a charge of assault after he allegedly assaulted Busiswa and her friend, Themba Kubheka. Mlangeni denied assaulting Busiswa in a since-deleted Facebook post.

At the time, police confirmed to the publication that a common assault complaint was opened at the Midrand police station by Themba.

Downtime with Somizi airs Fridays at 20:30 on 1Magic (DStv 103) and is also available on Catch up.

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