South African media personality Minnie Dlamini shocked South Africa when she revealed that she was getting a divorce after only three years of marriage. The star split from her American-born husband Quinton Jones in September last year and has since opened up about her divorce a number of times.
And now she has headed online to share a rather cryptic posts about babies being forcefully separated from their mothers. A post which many believe could be about a custody battle.
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“After months of separation and consultation with our family and a counsellor, we have taken the decision to officially file for divorce,” wrote Soccer Zone presenter Minnie Dlamini in September last year.
“We remain friends, business partners and loving parents to our son.” She also asked for privacy as speculations about what brought the divorce started going viral on social media.
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Minnie Dlamini with Quinton Jones on their wedding day. Image from Instagram@showmax
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It would appear that she may be engaged in a custody battle with Quinton over their three-year-old, Netha Jones.
Taking to her Instagram page on Thursday this week, Minnie shared a cryptic posts about babies being forcibly taken from their moms.
“Imagine being someone trying to take a baby away from its mother,” she captioned a photo of herself and the toddler enjoying some pool time.
Take a look at the screenshot below:
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In the comment section of the post that was subsequently shared on X, many social media users automatically assumed it was about a custody battle.
Many of them shared well wishes with Minnie.
“Yoh divorce is such a complicated phenomenom and very tricky when kids are still young and can’t make their own decisions who to side with…sometimes to kids there are no sides…but it could be just a caption with no insinuations,” one person said while another added:
“This is what I hate about divorce, it affects the children the most.”