Pictures: MaMkhize Advices Sbahle Mpisane to Mend Ties with Her Father
In the second episode of the second season of “Kwa Mam’ Mkhize,” Shauwn “MaMkhize” Mkhize had a candid conversation with her daughter, Sbahle Mpisane. She urged Sbahle to mend her relationship with her father, Sibusiso “Sbu” Mpisane.
The Strained Father-Daughter Relationship
MaMkhize, who was previously married to Sbu but has since separated, sat down with Sbahle on her reality show to discuss their family dynamics. As the owner of Royal AM, MaMkhize expressed her desire for Sbahle to repair her relationship with her father. She stated, “Now that I’ve solved my other issues with my grandchildren. I’m asking you guys to fix your relationship with your father because no child doesn’t want to get along with their father. It has gone on for so long, it’s imperative for you guys to try and solve it. Sbahle, what has happened, it happened between me and your father. There is absolutely no reason for you and Andile to be brought into that.”
MaMkhize Advices Sbahle Mpisane to Mend Ties with Her Father
MaMkhize acknowledged the impact of divorce on children and expressed her guilt over the situation. She confessed, “Divorce affects the kids and I feel a little bit responsible because maybe if we didn’t divorce they would have a relationship but whatever happened, happened. We can never go back, but that doesn’t mean they should have a relationship with their father.” She also refuted the notion that she kept Sbahle and her son Andile Mpisane away from their father, insisting that she always wanted them to maintain a relationship with Sbu.
Sbahle’s Perspective on the Situation
Sbahle, a fitness enthusiast, shared her perspective on the situation. She revealed that during a car accident, she was unable to reach her father, but MaMkhize was there for her. Sbahle, who is Sbu’s daughter from a previous marriage but grew up with MaMkhize since the age of three, expressed her gratitude towards MaMkhize for her unwavering support. She stated, “You played the role to the fullest, even when you separated, you were the one to take me to hospital. If you were not there, I wouldn’t be here today.” Sbahle also shared her disappointment with her father’s unavailability during her time of need and expressed her desire for him to apologize to his children.