Nonhle Jali makes public apology to Andile Jali after a video of her ‘disrespecting him’ goes viral

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Mamelodi Sundowns football player Andile Jali and his wife Nonhle Jali are the talk of the town after an Instagram Live video of them arguing went viral.

In the video which was recorded on Nonhle’s stories and saved by social media users, the former Diski Divas star can be seen addressing her husband’s “side chicks” and can be heard referring to herself as the “Head Office” while claiming they would no longer be receiving money from her husband as she is now keeping his bank card.

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“If you are looking at me with my cornrows and you want to come here with your Peruvian weave, trying to eat my man's money and trying to eat my kids school fees' money you must know that I'm the head office. I control all his money and I control all his bank cards,” she says in the video.

Nonhle also continues to bash her husband’s alleged mistresses by saying she found Andile as a skroplaap (dirty cloth) and made him who he is today”.

Andile can be seen giggling as Nonhle speaks.

“When I found this man he was nothing but a skroplaap (a dirty towel used to mop the floor) and I turned him into a normal washcloth so watch yourself," she continues.

Many weren’t impressed by Nonhle’s remarks and took to Twitter to express how they felt she was being disrespectful towards her husband, while others said she was reacting out of pain.

And as if that wasn’t enough drama, Andile Jali’s alleged baby mama and ex, Dipuo took to the comments section to drag Nonhle and expose how “unstable” her marriage to the footballer was.

 “Head Office Yamasipha! Waphapha now that he has returned home... keep the card girl, he still has a child outside of your unstable marriage and he will still continue to nyoba nyoba skoon (to sleep around) out in the streets. Your man is useless anyway, not even fit to be called a father he is just a sperm donor. He could hardly buy his firstborn child Christmas clothes not even call or buy his child a gift on his birthday,” she wrote.

Dipuo also claimed that Jali was useless as he only paid R2000 in maintenance for their child.

And while Dipuo painted Andile as “useless”, another alleged baby mama of his who goes by the Instagram name, @sinekoll, boasted about how she was getting maintenance of R10000 from the soccer player.

“Wiibo nithi who’s not gonna get baby mama allowance ngoba icard lihlala kubani (You’re saying whose not going to receive their baby mama allowance because she has the card?),” she captioned a screenshot of a bank transaction.

Nonhle then released a statement apologizing for her remarks and said she was just joking.

“I’d like to apologise to the father of my children for the live video that has gone viral that was recorded in his presence, jokingly so,” Nonhle said.

“Those that were part of the live [video] can attest that I was playing and he was having a good laugh. It was just having harmless fun. I do agree that it was in poor taste and not well received by the masses. I apologise to those that were offended by it, it was not my intention. What was said in the video was not a true reflection of events. He also jokingly says the same and we just tease each other about it.”

“I did different videos about different subjects for humour and unfortunately it wasn’t well received. Apologies to my family, apologies to my followers; this will never happen again,” she wrote.

But many did not buy this apology and said the video was a reflection of their troubled marriage.

It is not the first time that the sports star and his wife’s relationship has been in the spotlight, last year the couple made headlines after Andile was taken to court for not paying child support for his love child.

Read More:  Jali taken to court over love child debacle

The footballer allegedly fathered the child with an unnamed businesswoman while married to Nonhle.





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