A Radio personality, Sizwe Dhlomo has insisted that he will not leave his wife if she sleeps with another man.
Sizwe Dhlomo is well known for his work on TV and radio, and is a 702 presenter. Originally from Durban, Sizwe gave up a career as a computer programmer when he won MTV Base’s talent contest and became the first MTV Base VJ in 2005, during the music channels debut season of its World Chart Express.
Sizwe is from South Africa. He has given reasons why he will not leave his wife if he catches her sleeping with another man.
The former MTV Base VJ stated this after sports presenter Mpho Letsholonyane tweeted about Jada and Will’s “Red Table Talk” following allegations that Jada slept with singer August Alsina.
Mpho said that no other man would have been able to sit through the conversation, adding that she believed most men wouldn’t even want to be in the same town as the “cheating wife”.
Sizwe, however, said that he would stay and try to fix their relationship if his wife was genuinely remorseful.
“Nah, honestly I would. It would depend phela on whether she still wants to be with me but I’m certainly not leaving my wife just because she slept with another man if she’s sorry about it. Nope. Real talk!” he said.
“There’s so much that I’m hoping to do with my wife … I can’t just walk away from all of that because of sex. Not me pa. SMH!” he added.
Sizwe made it clear he was not lying or trying to score some brownie points with his tweet.
“My dude, let me tell you something & I’m not even stunting but … women have liked me since I was a baby. I’ve never needed to cap or simp for it. This is honestly just how I feel. I also don’t need to impress anybody so I don’t see what my motivation would be for capping”
He admitted that cheating is violent but said that sometimes “it’s just a mistake.”
“Trust gets eroded everyday. It also gets rebuilt everyday. How many things have you done that eroded your girl’s trust in you?” he queried a Tweep.
Sizwe further said that he would not tear his family apart due to pride and to prove a point to strangers.
“If she really demonstrates that she is sorry for it and still wants to be with you, what are you leaving for?”