Minnie Dlamini and husband say parties spreading false allegations will soon dance to their music.
South African on-air personality, actress and model Minnie Dlamini has rubbished reports that she is refusing to sign divorce papers.
Dlamini’s personal life has been a hot topic on social media this week, with numerous allegations being discussed on the streets of Twitter and reports from other publications.
The Citizen source alleged that soon-to-be ex husband Quinton Jones instructed his lawyers to file divorce papers, explaining he had lost love for her and that he would leave their Midrand house to her.
This was followed by more bombshell allegations from gossip blogger Musa Khawula who alleged the reason for Minnie and Quntion’s separation was infidelity.
“We have been made aware of various allegations regarding our divorce circulating on social media since yesterday. Without saying much more, all the allegations made are false, damaging and malicious,” reads part of a joint statement from Minnie Dlamini and Quinton Jones.
“Fabrications of such a damaging manner are both unnecessary and hurtful in a manner that is already sensitive to us.”
The couple says their shared priority is to remain friends and co-parent their son.
Further, those spreading the fake news will soon dance to their music.
“Considering the nature of the allegations made, legal action will be taken against the relevant parties.”
Minnie Dlamini tied the knot with Quinton Jones in a traditional ceremony at Glen Hills in KwaZulu-Durban Natal’s in June 2017.
The couple also had a white wedding and documented their wedding in a three-part documentary.