Mome made the statement during an online session addressing fans’ concerns about the media storm surrounding her husband.
Following her posts and comments on social media at the weekend, Mome Mahlangu, wife of retired comedian Mongezi “Tol A$$ Mo” Ngcobondwane has been subject to much criticism from the public.
This after she posted, and then altered, a statement on social media in support of her husband.
In her post, she referred to the public as the “kangaroo court” before adding: “I’m not sure why I’m being bullied cause yes I will support my husband until he is proven guilty, not by Twitter.”
In her initial statement, Mome revealed that this is the third time someone has taken her husband to court in the span of three years. It is unclear what the other legal matters were about.
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A happy Sunday fellow South Africans .kindly pass this to the kangaroo court …. I remember saying this in July ,we will not participate in kangaroo court but the real Court as these Allegations are not to be taken lightly and as a woman myself I’m disturbed and I have taken jabs from the kangaroo court as they Are the investigators… moving swiftly along I’m not sure why I’m being bullied cause yes I will support my husband until he is proven guilty not by Twitter. In simple form I’m a woman too and I’m in this situation too and I will remain in his support , I will not be crucified to make decisions on something that’s in court , I will remain with my vowed till feather notice . I will not block comments and I will take all the jabs thrown at me . We are that society ! That’s basically what I was saying! Keep the comments and hashtag coming … 🙏🏾 Thank u for those who have had a mature eye with this … our children are home schooling and well taken care of at home as being in public is currently dangerous for us and especially @keithrsa , my family and my father in-laws family and our close friends have been with us 🙏🏾❤️ #MoAndMome #M&Mlove&Heritage #Momewellness #Wellnesswithmome #mahlanguville
She further took the time out to respond to comments from her followers where she stated that she would leave Mahlangu if he were to be found guilty in a court of law.
– The Citizen