EXPOSED: The real reason Faith Nketsi dumped her husband Nzuzo Njilo


– Faith Nketsi allegedly moved out of their marital home in Hyde Park, Johannesburg, three weeks ago and is currently staying at a hotel in Sandton.

Reality TV star Faith Nketsi and her husband Nzuzo Njilo’s marriage has ended.

Sources close to the couple have revealed the two are already living separate lives.

Celebgossip has learnt that Nketsi has returned to her old job as a hostess in popular nightclubs so that she can make a living.

She moved out about three weeks ago. She left Njilo and has gone back to hosting in clubs again with her friend Kim Kholiwe and making money. Just a few days ago, she was hosting at Booth Night Club, and she has put herself out there once again for the work that she used to do before she got married.

One friend added that Nketsi had moved out with their one-year-old daughter.

After dropping her husband’s surname from her Instagram page, speculation flooded social media that the Have Faith star and her businessperson husband are no longer together.

Nketsi and Njilo tied the knot in a private traditional wedding last April. The wedding was documented on her show Have Faith, which is on MTV.

Another source claimed that financial trouble took a toll on the star and her husband after she learnt that Njilo was embroiled in a nasty legal battle with two of his business partners, who opened a case against him for allegedly defrauding them of close to R1 million.

The source added:
Faith has lost a lot since she married Njilo. She, like all of us, were under the impression that Njilo was monied, but he is not. She lost her Jeep, which they had to sell after sorting out another debt and then her furniture was taken by the court last year to pay the debt involving those other two guys [the business partners]. It is a lot in a very short space of time. Faith loves the soft life, so she went back to doing what she loves the most, which is club hosting.

Last year, law firm Bazuka Attorneys was granted a high court order on July 29 to attach Njilo’s movable property so that it could be auctioned and the proceeds could be used to repay R978 104 to the owners of Lund Industries, who purchased copper concentrate from Njilo that he never delivered. The case is ongoing.

A week before moving out of her matrimonial home, Nketsi, through her legal team, tried to retrieve household goods thaqt were seized by the Sheriff of the Court as per the execution order.

Another source working on the case said:
She didn’t come to court herself, she sent an application through a lawyer to retrieve the furniture stating that it was not Njilo’s but hers. The court asked her to provide receipts for purchases of the furniture and she could not provide that, stating that she was given the furniture by her family members, but that was not accepted, so we kept the furniture.

After failing to retrieve her belongings, Nketsi allegedly packed her bags and left her husband in their home.

Nketsi and Njilo had not responded to requests for comment by the time of publication.

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