Musa Mseleku has left a bitter taste in viewers’ mouths after showing little compassion to one of his wives, who had fallen sick on Thursday evening’s episode of uThando Nes’thembu.
The scene began with Musa’s third wife, MaNgwabe, saying she and her children were under the weather because they had fallen ill.
Paying no mind to MaNgwabe’s feelings, Musa requested that she still cook a meal for the family as he would be spending the night with her and their children.
This stirred a debate on Twitter after some viewers felt that Musa was being heartless as he could have just prepared a meal for the family seeing as though his wife was ill, while other viewers felt that MaNgwabe was rude in the way she handled the situation and that her attitude towards her husband was unacceptable.
Thursday evening’s episode, however, was not all about conflict and marital tension.
Viewers were thoroughly entertained by Mnini – Mseleku and MaYeni’s son – who touched base on the small businesses his mother and father had helped him start.
The young entrepreneur has used his love for agriculture to start his own chicken farming company and plant company.
Speaking to his mother, Mnini said his goal was to plant and grow crops and become a successful businessman through his small businesses. He said he also plans to start growing peanuts, because peanut farming is a lucrative business.
“I’m planting a variety of things. I also want peanuts. I’ll be rich when I have peanuts. Filthy rich. It’s seedlings are very expensive. They’re expensive. R180. Do you see that I’ll be rich?” said MaYeni’s son.
Viewers took to social media to comment on Mnini’s brilliant young mind.
Many said he is goal driven and business-minded just like his father, and some even joked around that he is an old man trapped in a small boy’s body.