Former 101 member Preston Sihlangu on papgeld drama
who is known as Presss in the music industry, is accused by his baby, Didi
Magandela, as being a father from hell. Presss, whose hit Thojani Ya Thesele is
making waves, is said to have told his baby mama to go to the nearest hell and
burn. This is after Didi had tried many times to force him to pay papgeld for
their 12-year-old son.
DADDY BLUES SCANDAL
to Didi, Presss failed to honour paying maintenance for their child who is also
trying to make his mark in showbiz. She says that the former Popstars 101 band
member had been ducking and diving to pay papgeld since 2008. “I have taken
Presss to court countless times but he is still failing to pay. The last time I
took him to court, a warrant of arrest was issued, but that never bothered him,
as he was never arrested. He is constantly ignoring my calls whenever I call
him,” says Didi.
to Presss about the issue of being accused to be a runaway father, and he
stated that Didi could go to the nearest hell and burn. He says that Didi knew
that the matter is in the hands of the law and she should wait for the court to
decide on what he should do. “Did is used to telling the media about me being a
bad father to my child and this is not for the first time. This matter will be
heard in court soon and I will prove to them that she is lying. I acknowledge
that I fathered a child with her, but her intention is clear, she wants to drag
my name through the mud,” he says.
DRAMA WITH OTHER TWO WOMEN
reveal that Presss is still legally married to his estranged wife, Busisiwe
Sihlangu, formerly Ntseki, a businesswoman from Kagiso in the West Rand.
However in 2015, he married another wealthy woman, Kgolagano Nare in a
traditional way. It has emerged that two women in his life are at each other’s
throats as they believe that they are both his wives. “Press didn’t divorce
Busisiwe and Home Affairs still listed him and his first wife as legally
married. He is playing with the emotions of these women, and he does this
because he knows that he can score any woman he wants,” says our source. Presss
tells Move! that he married Kgolagano in a traditional way and he also
confirmed that he is still legally married to Busisiwe. “I was married to Busisiwe and we signed at
Home Affairs, but later I decided to marry Kgolagano but in a traditional way.
Legally I am still married to Busisiwe, but I need to sort out the issue of
divorce with the Home Affairs. I am not officially married to Kgolagano,” he
says laughing. Kgolagano and Busisiwe couldn’t be reached on the contacts
provided to Move!