Phelo Bala deletes pictures of Moshe Ndiki as the pair unfollow each other

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Moshe Ndiki and Phelo Bala in happier times.
Moshe Ndiki and Phelo Bala in happier times.
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Could this be the end of Phelo Bala and Moshe Ndiki’s relationship?

Over the past few weeks, we’ve seen their union make headlines for all the wrong reasons as the couple both accused each other of physical abuse.

Following their public dispute, musician Phelo’s Instagram shows that the relationship could be completely over – he’s deleted all pictures of his bae from his page and unfollowed him.

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While Moshe still has videos of himself and Phelo on his Instagram feed, he unfollowed the singer. But the TV personality’s latest posts show he isn’t letting the relationship drama slow him down.

Earlier this month Sunday Sun reported that Phelo was allegedly assaulted by Moshe with a candle stand. The publication stated that the musician had a bleeding gash on his head that needed stitches.

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The alleged incident took place in May at Moshe and Phelo's Northriding home in Johannesburg due to an argument over alcohol consumption.

The couple was meant to appear in court and Moshe was meant to explain to the magistrate why a protection order should not be made permanent, but he hit back with a counter interim order.

In his statement, the former The Queen star denied abusing Phelo and said it was difficult to speak about dealing with domestic violence.

“These are matters of a private nature and I've been advised, because there are court proceedings, I cannot reveal anything. However, at this present time, I would like to state that I have no way abused Phelo and I have proof to this effect.”

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