DJ Maphorisa Reacts To The Gauteng Mom Who Reportedly Gave Birth To 10 Babies
DJ Maphorisa Reacts To The Gauteng Mom Who Reportedly Gave Birth To 10 Babies. Mystery over claim of world’s first ‘decuplets’ born in Mzani. This comes after a Gauteng woman, Gosiame Thamara Sithole, 37, reportedly gave birth to 10 babies, breaking the Guinness World Record held by Malian Halima Cisse who gave birth to nine children in Morocco last month. Her husband Teboho Tsotetsi, said his wife, who hails from Tembisa Township in Ekurhuleni, delivered her seven boys and three girls by Caesarean section at 29 weeks into her pregnancy. Sithole, who has six-year-old twins, said that her pregnancy was natural as she was not on fertility treatment.
Amapiano music producer and DJ Maphorisa reacted to the story saying he also wants 10 kids at the same time. He wrote, “i also want 10 kids at once.” See tweet:
“I am shocked by my pregnancy. It was tough at the beginning. I was sick. It was hard for me. It’s still tough but I am used to it now. I don’t feel the pain anymore, but it’s still a bit tough. I just pray for God to help me deliver all my children in a healthy condition, and for me and my children to come out alive. I would be pleased about it. I didn’t believe it. I doubted it. I was convinced that if it was more, it would be twins or triplets, not more than that. When the doctor told me, I took time to believe it. Even when I saw the scans I didn’t believe it. But, as time went by, I realised it was indeed true. I battled to sleep at night though.” Sithole said.
She also had sleepless nights worrying about her unborn babies, “How would they fit in the womb? Would they survive? What if they came out conjoined at the head, in the stomachs or hands? Like, what would happen? I asked myself all these questions until the doctor assured me that my womb was starting to expand inside. God made a miracle and my children stayed in the womb without any complications,” she added.