Ngcobo marries baby mama

Just hours after the humiliating 4-0 thrashing by Mamelodi Sundowns, Kaizer Chiefs defender Njabulo Ngcobo was sporting a huge smile.

That’s because international Bafana Bafana Ngcobo tied the knot with his baby mum in a private traditional wedding in his hometown of Durban last weekend.

It seems Ngcobo was eager to hear the final whistle so he could fly to Durban for his big day.

His team had a bad day at the office.

Prior to his second-half introduction, they had conceded two silly goals as the crawling Sundowns dazzled and stunned the Chiefs defence.

Even when Ngcobo was brought in to shake up the defence, his efforts weren’t good enough as Sundowns rubbed salt into the already gaping wound by adding two more goals.

And while many Chiefs fans suffered from the heavy defeat and were subjected to a torrent of abuse from opposition fans on Sunday, Ngcobo’s mind was on happy ground.

“Njabulo and his baby mama have been seeing each other for a while. She even moved with him to Buccleuch in the suburb of Jozi. She was there for him long before football made him famous. We are happy for them,” said a source close to the player.

Before fame, Ngcobo worked as a KFC employee in Durban and after being turned down by AmaZulu FC he persevered until Swallows FC gave him a platform.

Ngcobo could not be reached on his mobile phone, but his commercial manager, Mondli Nyuswa, confirmed that his client had married.

“It’s a private matter which I won’t be able to comment on further. I only meet him after the Richards Bay game because he’s unreachable because he’s in a camp in Durban,” Nyuswa said.

Sunday World could not independently verify the identity of Ngcobo’s wife.

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