TK Dlamini finally addresses break up rumours with Jessica Nkosi

TK Dlamini. (photo: TK Dlamini instagram)
TK Dlamini. (photo: TK Dlamini instagram)

Cape Town - Former Uzalo actor and businessman Ntokozo “TK” Dlamini is not impressed by the stories making headlines that he and the mother of his daughter have separated.

“There’s no such, it’s all hogwash,” TK tells Move! We’re together. We’ve never broken up,” he adds.

Sunday Sun previously reported that on the weekend of the Vodacom Durban TK and Jessica attended the event separately because they had broken up.

“Jessica didn’t even go to the July. She never set foot at Grayville racecourse,” he says. “She wore her outfit, took some pictures and posted on social media. Then she changed back into her comfortable clothes and went about her day because she had made some plans for the day and she couldn’t make it to the July,” he adds.  

TK says he attended the July with some friends. “I was hosted by Glenfiddich Whiskey, so I had to attend,” he says.

TK is not sure who might have started the rumour. “We were together when I received a text message asking If we have broken up. We just looked at it and carried on watching a movie,” he says.

Since his exit on Uzalo six months ago, TK has been focusing on his business ventures and his family.

“I have been able to spend more time with my family and my daughter, but I’ll be back on TV again,” he says.  In the last six months, business has been booming for TK. “I received a tender to build RDP houses in KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng. That is what drives me and keeps me motivated,” he says.

“And maybe if I was broke the rumours would be hard to swallow, but I’m chilled. We’re going on holidays every other weekend and focusing on being great parents. And no amount of rumours will taint our image,” he adds. 

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