Kgomotso Christopher recently took to Twitter to open up about her upbringing. Since Ntando Duma shared the story about her baby daddy, Junior De Rocka, allegedly not paying enough child maintenance, women have been coming forward with their stories.
After Penny Lebyane suggested that women should drop off their kids with their fathers for three months as a social experiment, Kgomotso chimed in with a personal story of her own.
I wish as women we could try for 3months give the man the children to do all the things we do and see what happens. Just drop them let them take over. Swap lives nje…
— PennyLebyane💚Penny Lebyane (@PennyLebyane) January 16, 2019
Kgomotso recounted the time she lived with her dad
Pearl Thusi also took to Twitter to weigh in on the issue. In a series of tweets, Pearl expressed that she sympathised with Ntando, as receiving R3 000 to take care of a baby would simply just upset her because the cost of living is too high.
The former Quantico actress also shared some pearls of wisdom with women. “Ladies stop having unprotected sex with men who can’t afford what you believe your children will need – if you expect them to pay for it. The signs are there. Pay attention,” she wrote on Twitter.