Soapie star Tshepo Maseko refuses to pay lobola

Previous Isidingo actor and charity donor Tshepo Maseko left his baby mama’s family hanging after he allegedly reneged on his assurance to pay lobola for her in 2008.

Rather, it is claimed the famous TV actor who played popular character of Parsons Matabane on Isidingo later dumped the lady by playing her a 1990s rock hit track, It Must Have Been Love, by Roxette.

While the family was waiting for his elders to come, Maseko allegedly returned five years after, not to negotiate lobola, but rather to request his little girl to be a flower girl at his wedding to another lady.

These and other hot news emerged this week after Maseko and his baby mama got involved in a papgeld disagreement about their 12-year-old girl.

The lady can’t be named to secure the identity of the minor kid that was conceived after they met and began dating in 2004.

Maseko allegedly denied to pay for his daughter’s school uniform and stationery this year since his baby mama cut short his time with his daughter during the happy period.

The IT specialist ex said: “The only thing that he pays is school fees, but he does not want to pay for school uniforms, stationery and other items. He is doing all this while he buys everything for his other kids; they are going to expensive schools.”

Maseko’s previous girlfriend told how the actor allegedly dumped her with Roxette’s tune.

“When I asked him why he was playing a sad song, Tshepo just said to me, ‘I hope you understand what I’m trying to say to you. It’s over’.”

Maseko, following allegations that he was disregarding his child, also made counter allegations against his baby mama claiming that she had refused to allow his little girl to be a flower girl at his wedding to his present wife.

He also claimed that she had also rejected his suggestion for their families to have a meeting to share notes on how to raise their daughter.

According to Maseko, his baby mama responded: “I did not make a baby with your wife. Why should I have a meeting with your wife and my husband to discuss how to raise our child?”


Maseko’s suggestion allegedly followed the mother’s complaints about his choice to delegate his wife to be the point of contact whenever his baby mama required anything for their little girl.


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