Here’s Why Twitter Believes Polygamist Musa Can ‘Bring Back The Land’
Since its debut, polygamist Musa Mseleku’s reality show Uthando Ne’Sthembu has garnered a lot of fans with its fan base growing by the minute.
As expected the third episode of the reality show had Twitter going gaga last night. For the most part, users joked about the polygamous family’s strategic plan “to get back the land”. Apparently, they think the family has what it takes to get back the land that was taken from us.
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In addition, Twitter also hailed Musa’s four wives for their work ethics. They were greatly commended for not just sitting around and being “trophy wives”.
While the wives stood out as caring and independent women with great work ethic and got a lot of attention on the episode, something else got Twitter working all night. Yes, the wives were impressive, however, Twitter was more interested with Musa’s lecture with his sons and the fact that he has a white person taking orders from him.
Here are some of the memes flooding Twitter;
Meanwhile, there was no chill on Twitter after last week’s episode of Uthando Nes’thembu revealed that polygamist Musa Mseleku has this 5pm curfew thing on his wives.
In addition to the curfew, Musa’s wives also need to ask for permission before they can party or go for a drink. Now, that’s what got Twitter so worked up. Consequently, users said the rules reminded them of strict parents and some ladies that were considering joining the polygamous family quickly had a rethink.
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Musa Mseleku is a 43-year-old man from KwaZulu-Natal who ventured into polygamy at a relatively young age. He now has four wives and 10 children. Musa’s wives include; MaCele, MaYeni, MaKhumalo and MaNgwabe.