‘He Died A Heartbroken Man,’ New Details Emerge As Patrick Shai’s Wife Is Accused Of Cheating On Him




‘He Died A Heartbroken Man,’ New Details Emerge As Patrick Shai’s Wife Is Accused Of Cheating On Him

 

South African actor and gender activist Patrick Shai is alleged to have died a heartbroken man as cheating allegations emerge.

Patrick Shai is said to have not slept at home the night before he committed suicide.

 

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The late Patrick Shai | Patrick Shai’s  Wife Accused of Cheating (Image Credit: IOL News)

 

On the other hand, Patrick Shai’s family is also reportedly accusing his widow Masechaba of cheating on him with a medical doctor causing division within the family.

According to the Sunday World,  Masechaba received messages accusing her of cheating on the late actor with a medical doctor and the messages state that her son Kopano Shai was a product of the affair.

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Masechaba Shai and her son Sechaba Shai believe that Sechaba’s ex-girlfriend Sihle Sibisi is the one who has been sending her the messages.

Sechaba believes that his ex-girlfriend is tormenting his mother because she is still bitter that he broke up with her.

However, Sibisi has since refuted claims that she is one who has been sending messages to her ex-boyfriend’s mother. She claims that she also received abusive messages from the same number.

“The allegations that his mother was abusing his father and that Patrick did not want to sleep at the house the day before his death was relayed to me by Sechaba himself and Patrick’s best friend. They must leave me out of this,” said Sihle in a statement.

Masechaba is adamant that Sihle is the one who has been sending her the messages and is planning on going to court to prove that. She is also willing to take a paternity test to prove that the children she had were fathered by the late Patrick Shai.

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