Pas­sion­ate Phala scores another baby mama

Sunday World - - News - NG­WAKO MALATJI

BAFANA BAFANA striker Thuso Phala has al­legedly blasted the re­pro­duc­tive net of another goal­mouth – but then red-carded her be­cause she re­fused to take morn­ing-af­ter pills.

Sun­day World can ex­clu­sively re­veal that Phala, who plays for Su­pers­port United, im­preg­nated Joburg woman Katleho Chan­tal Mo­nanyi af­ter a night of pas­sion and un­pro­tected sex when he scored be­hind the back of his girl­friend Eva Matsemela.

Now a papgeld bat­tle is loom­ing be­tween the two af­ter Mo­nanyi al­legedly ac­cused the tal­ented footie of be­ing a dead­beat dad.

It is al­leged that Phala has not seen Mo­nanyi since she told him that she was car­ry­ing his pre­cious cargo and that he is not buy­ing nap­pies or baby for­mula.

Mo­nanyi (26) re­fused to com­ment on her ac­ri­mo­nious breakup with Phala. “Thuso and I know what hap­pened. We both know the truth. Call me later be­cause my baby is cry­ing,” said Mo­nanyi.

But when we phoned later, she said she was no longer in­ter­ested in dis­cussing the mat­ter.

Phala dis­missed claims he dumped Mo­nanyi and was a chap­pate’d.

“What I know is that Katleho and I are okay. I don’t un­der­stand why peo­ple say that I’m not sup­port­ing the baby, she’s only three weeks old.”

How­ever, he didn’t deny or con­firm the al­le­ga­tions that he did not buy nap­pies or food for his sprog. “She has those things,” he said.

But his ver­sion of events was con­tra­dicted by Nana Mashego, who in­tro­duced her­self as the foot­baller ’ s publi­cist, plead­ing with Sun­day World not to pub­lish the story.

“The boy has en­dorse­ments and a fam­ily to look af­ter, so a story like that would harm his rep­u­ta­tion. Please let’s ne­go­ti­ate be­cause I know what hap­pened, ” she said.

Mashego in­sisted that Phala was not a papgeld dodger. “Is there any man in this day and age who does not look af­ter his kid? Thuso is look­ing af­ter his kid even though he is no longer with Katleho,” she said.

Mashego also rub­bished claims that Phala broke up with Mo­nanyi be­cause she re­fused to take morn­ing-af­ter pills. “Yes they broke up when she was preg­nant, but we don’t know why. Do you tell peo­ple why you break up with your girl­friend? They had their own is­sues and you know how women be­have when they are preg­nant, it’s hor­monal is­sues.” Two in­de­pen­dent sources who spoke to Sun­day World said Mo­nanyi told them she had been hav­ing a pla­tonic re­la­tion­ship with the for­mer Plat­inum Stars goal-poacher for two years be­hind the back of his dot­ing live-in lover.

Speak­ing on con­di­tion of anonymity, a friend said the two fell head over heels in love af­ter Phala con­fessed his undy­ing love to her.

“They de­cided to keep things un­der wraps as Thuso was see­ing another woman. One day Thuso threw a party when his woman was away and Katleho went there with her other friends.”

The friend said Mo­nanyi re­tired to bed early as she was tired and left Phala and other women drink­ing.

The friend claimed Mo­nanyi woke up later and found Phala and another woman canoodling.

She sulked, the friend said. “She woke up in the morn­ing and left with a heavy heart. They rec­on­ciled later af­ter Thuso apol­o­gised.”

The mate said Phala and Mo­nanyi had shagged with­out a con­dom dur­ing one of their trysts.

It is al­leged that Phala be­came fu­ri­ous when Mo­nanyi re­fused to take the pill and gave her march­ing or­ders when she told him she was duffed up af­ter a few weeks.

“Things be­came worse when Thuso ’ s woman left him af­ter she found out about the preg­nancy. He just didn’t want any­thing to do with Katleho be­cause he blamed her for the de­par­ture of his woman,” said the friend.

Another source said Phala told Matsemela af­ter we con­tacted him that peo­ple are spread­ing ru­mours that he fa­thered a child with Mo­nanyi. “He told her it’s not true, He said he only has a five-year-old child with his ex-girl­friend.”

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