I will call out this shaken gang of wives, says Buhle Mkhize

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It’s almost one year since Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba’s wife, Norma and US-based fashionista Buhle Mkhize aired their dirty laundry on social media during a rather nasty public feud.

The public spat between Norma and Buhle got tongues wagging as it continued for months, with both women calling each other derogatory names on social media.

It all started after Buhle lashed out at Norma in a spicy open letter on social media claiming to have had an affair with Malusi.

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Now Buhle has taken aim at “shaken wives” saying she is tired of people rubbishing her name.

“I will call out this gang of shaken wives until they stop stalking me. They come here and take my posts to share them on gossip sites in attempts to tarnish my name,” she said.

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Buhle has since deleted the scathing post, in which she says that she just wants to live her life freely.

“None of you know how painful it is to be dragged, about a mistake you are over and done with and then be accused of being obsessed,” she added.

Buhle also alleged that she is being checked up on whenever she is in the country.

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The full-blown war between Buhle and Norma started in October last year, when the fashionista penned an open letter claiming that Norma had been harassing her over an affair she had with Malusi.

This led to a war of words between the two women, which eventually led to Malusi addressing the debacle in a press statement. While, Malusi was careful not to elaborate too much on the affair allegations, he stated at the time that Buhle “is obsessed with my family.”

However, in an interview with the Sunday Tribune in January, Norma reportedly admitted that Buhle had sex with her husband.