‘Too old’: LaConco disapproves of Nonku inviting man back to villa

On the latest episode of the Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip which released on Monday 10 June, drama heated up between the “Durban Housewives”, Nonkanyiso “LaConco” Conco and Nonku Williams.


Real Housewives of Durban stars LaConco and Nonku Williams seem to have differences of opinions. On the latest episode of the Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip, where South African housewives spend sometimes in a luxurious villa in Jamaica, it seemed LaConco and Nonku did not quite get along.

All the ladies, except Lethabo Lejoy Mathato went out for a fun night. On the nightout, Christall Kay’s dance moves was the centre of attention. However, the disagreements started once the ladies were on their way back home. Liz and Nonku were talking to a guy they met and invited him to come back to the villa with them. Nonku asked if the ladies were okay, but LaConco told her no, but Nonku just asked the other ladies.

“Nonku is old. Liz is worse, she even has grandchildren. Must I control them and tell them what to do?” said LaConco in her confessional.

Once the ladies got back to the villa, LaConco expressed her concerns, saying that in the villa there are no visitors and other rules. She then revealed that the guy was escourted to leave the villa after the production team had saw him. She also told Nonku that she was too old for that.

The next day, Nonku called her Real Housewives of Durban (RHOD) co-star and “bestie” Jojo Robinson. She then explained what happened the night before to her.

“You know LaC, how she’s always been. Like Mother Teresa, I call her that,” said Nonku to Jojo.

“So LaC has experienced me personally. She knows me personally and it’s important that she meets the real… the core Nonku, which she is refusing to do,” she said in her confessional.

Nonku revealed that she is single in the call with Jojo. The reality star opened up about her journey of healing and self love in an exclusive interview with The South African.

“I love the girl I am. Definitely have grown tougher and not meaner. I’ve also learned to trust the process and acknowledge every point I’m at, whatever I’m facing, as I have realised that healing takes time, It doesn’t happen over night. Also my relationship with God has made all the difference,” she said exclusively to The South African.