Teko Modise Accused Of Practising Dribbling Skills On Baby Mamas


As smooth as his dribbling skills on the pitch‚ footballer Teko Modise who plays for the Mamelodi Sundowns and the South African national team has also been accused of playing a smooth one on his baby mamas by not living up to his responsibilities.

His baby mamas seem to have had enough as the popular midfielder has been reportedly skipping some child maintenance payments, only paying whenever he wishes.

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Teko’s baby mama Linky Msibi made the shocking revelation while speaking to the Move magazine that the last time Teko Modise paid child support was in April, while he also skipped several months last year. She pointed out that the situation gets worse whenever the footballer gets a new girlfriend.

“Whenever Teko has a new girlfriend I worry‚” Linky said. “Not because I still want him back but because he gets too excited. He spoils the new lover and ignores his children. He takes his girlfriend out on trips and buys her expensive things. Meanwhile‚ I have to struggle to get money for our child’s school fees. I don’t have a permanent job like him.”

Linky said that she has grown so “tired” of the situation and as she has reached her elastic limit, she has decided to take legal action against him.

“As we speak‚ I’m waiting for the sheriff of the court to give me a way forward concerning this issue. I’m tired. Things cannot go on like this‚” she added.

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Prior to the looming legal battle, Teko Modise has also been dragged to court by one of his baby mamas and ex-wife Felicia Modise for not paying the agreed spousal maintenance of R9000 a month.

An initial mutual agreement between the duo says Teko will support Felicia until she got a permanent job.

However, when the estranged spouse started making appearances on Mzansi Magic’s reality show Diski Divas, Teko allegedly stopped the payments.