Proud polygamist and reality TV star Musa Mseleku is a man with many talents.
Musa, who runs several businesses is also an author, and plans to add public ‘polygamy activist’ to his CV.
During an interview with TshisaLIVE, Musa explained that in addition to practising polygamy he’s also making business off his lifestyle.
Musia said that his reality show Uthando Nes’thembu is actually an extension of his book.
“I published my book Life and Polygamy in 2013, as a way to advise men and women on how to tackle this lifestyle. The book, is even more beneficial to women as it explains the mindset of a man and how women should not fall into the trap of thinking they are inferior just because they form part of this kind of lifestyle,” he said.
The wealthy businessman and his four wives burst into the spotlight when their polygamy-themed reality show aired on Mzansi Magic two weeks ago.
Musa has shown viewers that financial stability is one of the most important factors in maintaining the lifestyle. His grocery bill tallies over R20 000, he has 10 kids who constantly need things and over 14 cars. He maintains that he will always “hustle” for his family’s welfare.
The author plans on having a seminar on polygamy, starting in Durban then Johannesburg then the rest of South Africa. He told TshisaLIVE that the seminar would cater for both men and women.
“I want people to know that polygamy is not about money alone but about the character of the individual choosing the lifestyle. I want them to understand that it always needs to be a choice. I would also like to help them dispel all myths around polygamy,” he said.
Musa said fans of his show must look out for dates and venues of the seminar near them. He added that other details will be on his social media and that he plans to have his seminar in Durban on June 10.