‘Pregnancy isn’t a group project’: Dr Musa also speaks out

Photos of Dr Musa Mthombeni’s graduation last week set social media on fire. While many discussed his luck in life, others couldn’t help but notice his wife Liesl Laurie’s weight gain.

Fans of the lovely couple almost immediately started speculating that there may be a bun in Liesl’s oven – something she has again denied.


In a lengthy clip, she blasted social media users over their comments while asking them to stop commenting on women’s bodies. And now her husband, Dr Musa has finally weighed in on the matter.

Liesl Laurie-Mthombeni – the wife of Dr Musa — found herself, for the second time in two years, blasting people for making comments about her looking pregnant.

Photos of the former Miss SA with her husband Dr Musa at his graduation last week, led to these comments.

Not taking lightly to these comments, Liesl asked people to “leave her womb alone.”

“Leave my womb alone. Leave other women’s wombs alone,” she began.

“Whether I am or not (let’s be clear, I am not) I just feel like you guys want to be seen,” she continued.

“This culture of wanting to be seen or wanting to be first, you guys need to stop it. When women are ready to tell you whether or not they want to procreate, whether or not they are pregnant, or whether or not they will be expecting, they will do so within their time.

“You guys are honestly and truly starting to piss me off… I am really really tired of this happening on my posts and other women’s posts,” she said.

While Liesl has put her foot down when it comes to the pregnancy situation, many continued to harp on about it on X (formerly Twitter.)

And now even her husband Dr Musa has weighed in and asked people to stop involving themselves in their personal matters.

According to Musa who took to the comment section, pregnancy ‘isn’t a group project.”

“Pregnancy isn’t a group project, leave our womb alone,” he wrote.