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Tall A$$ Mo and his wife Mome Mahlangu welcome a new born baby girl

Tall A$$ Mo and his wife Mome Mahlangu

Comedian and entertainer Tall A$$ Mo and his wife Mome Mahlangu have welcomed their second baby girl into the world. 

ALSO READ: Tol Ass Mo And Mome Mahlangu Are Expecting A Child

Reality TV star and designer Mrs Mome and her husband Toll Ass Mo, whose real name is Mongezi Mahlangu have been working hard in the entertainment industry and they continue to build a strong family.

In August, the couple took to social media to reveal that they were expecting a baby. The baby’s gender was only revealed during her baby shower last month.

The pair already has a 5-year-old daughter named Khumo Mahlangu together.

Taking to Instagram to make the announcement of the arrival of their daughter TeAmo Tshepahalo Oluhleuthando Mahlangu, Mome wrote: “God’s timing is the best time in life when you work with him not against him… Had my first normal sleep all day today . Yesterday I went into labor at 6pm and gave birth to our baby girl TeAmo Tshepahalo Oluhleuthando Mahlangu at 3.4kg naturally born at Genesis clinic Saxonwold at 11:45 on the 09/October/2818 literally 15min before her due date today (sic).”

Mome added that they are both home and healthy. “God is great, thank you for the love & prayers…Thank you to our midwife Ntombi Mchunu for always being there (sic),” – Mome wrote.

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Mshoza on her calling and becoming a sangoma

Mshona on being a sangoma

Kwaito musician Mshoza, whose real name is Nomasonto Maswanganyi recently revealed that she has received a calling and she decided to accept it. 

ALSO READ: Mshoza Has A New Man And She Says She Is Not Cheating

According to reports found on Daily Sun, Mshoza revealed that she is a thwasa (training to become a sangoma).

Speaking to TshisaLIVE, the Kwaito star said that after years of fighting the call, she has decided to ukudla igobongo for six weeks so that she could understand her call more.

“The calling is something that has always been there. I believe people who have this special gift are born with it, it is not fashion or something that is exciting and everyone can just jump on it if they feel like it,” Mshoza told the publication.

She said she will still perform where she was booked before making the decision of becoming a sangoma but for now she won’t be accepting any gig bookings so that she can focus on her training.

“I will still be at shows I was booked for but won’t be engaging in certain things while doing igobongo. You keep thinking that you have so much to do and now is not the right time but you can only put it off for so long.”

Just a few days ago, she captioned her Instagram post:”Yes I didn’t believe in such but it got to me… yes ngiya thwasa… yes I strongly believe in God by all means I pray… Thokoza gogo👏👏👏 bhala mabhalane keh …. it doesn’t take away the fact that I am Gods creation (sic).”

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