TSHEGOFATSO Modisakeng’s turned to Daily Sun to help him find a wife.
This comes after he failed to find a match on season two of Pastor Wants a Wife.
On Friday 8 July, Mzansi Magic aired the last episode of the show, which presented the 35-year-old father of two with 10 ladies to choose from, and it ended in tears.
“I was crying because I couldn’t find a wife. I’m ready to settle down but those ladies were not wife material. As a result, I did not choose any of them,” he said.
“From day one, I knew none of them would be my wife but I played along. I could feel chemistry between myself and Dudu but we were not compatible and I didn’t want to make the wrong decision by choosing her. From the first day, I knew I’d never marry her. She wasn’t my type.”
Tshegofatso said he ready to build a family with someone respectful and of good character.
“I understand I’m opening myself up to all kinds of risks, potentially good and bad women and public criticism, but this is my life,” he said, adding that he was no angel and wasn’t looking for one either. Ahead of the show’s finale, fans were rooting for Dudu Makhoba (33) to become Tshegofatso’s wife.
“When I saw him, I thought he’d eliminate me as early as possible. I was actually surprised to be in the top three,” she said.
“The more I stayed with him, the more I developed feelings for him and I thought he was also interested. We had good chemistry but towards the end, I could see he wasn’t interested in me,” said Dudu. – Daily Sun