LaConco shows ‘baby daddy’ Zuma support with THIS post?

Reality star Nonkanyiso “LaConco” Conco, who stars on Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip, has her fans believing she is showing her “baby daddy”, former President of South Africa, Jacob Zuma support with an Instagram post on Friday 31 May.


Fans are convinced that LaConco is showing her ex-fiancée and father of her child, former President of South Africa, Jacob Zuma support. LaConco was seeing Zuma for four since 2012, she previously revealed via her Instagram Story. She then revealed that they had gotten engaged in 2016 and had their lobola negotiations.

LaConco then got pregnant with their son, Shakaumuzi, who was born in 2018. However, she later revealed that she and Zuma were no longer together, but she was raising her son with her mom, on an episode of the Real Housewives of Durban (RHOD).

Now, it seems LaConco may be subtly showing her “baby daddy” support on social media. Zuma’s party uMkhonto weSizwe, abbreviated as MK, is known for their green theme colours. Amid election week, LaConco posted a photo of herself in green, which led fans to think she was showing Zuma support. Take a look…

“There’s a certain comprehension level you must have, to understand who she is. Ungamubuki, ungamulaleli lo ujahile,” she captioned the post.

“The person who chose Baby dad 💚🖤not in a hurry you can see🔥🔥🔥❤️❤️🕺,” commented iam_nontobeko_nene.

Aside from her recent Instagram Stories, addressing her relationship with Zuma, LaConco also spoke her ex-fiancée on the first episode of Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip. When her co-star, Real Housewives van Pretoria (RHOPTA) star Melany “Mel” Viljoen, called her Mrs Zuma, she expressed that she was not happy with that. She also went on to say that the surname needs to be respected.

“She was supposed to respect that surname, she was once governed by it. Yes. She’s supposed to respect that surname, she can’t just mention it haphazardly,” she said in her confessional.

Zuma made headlines this week after he addressed the media at the National Results Operations Centre (ROC) in Midrand on Saturday night (1 June). At the media briefing, Zuma warned the Electoral Commission of South Africa (IEC) not to provoke the MK party by going ahead with the declaration of the seventh democratic elections, despite the various objections that have been filed.