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Hide Your Girlfriends He Is Back! South African Men Fear For Their Girlfriends As Zimbabwean Rich Blesser Uncle Roland Bounces Back

Hide Your Girlfriends He Is Back! South African Men Fear For Their Girlfriends As Zimbabwean Rich Blesser Uncle Roland Bounces Back. Zimbabwean well-known blesser Roland Muchegwa who is popularly known as Uncle Roland in the entertainment circles has bounced back and South African men are not too pleased with this development.

Roland Muchengwa (real name Isheunesu Rolen Muchegwa) is a South Africa based Zimbabwean socialite known mostly for his pictures and videos that went viral on social media in 2019. Most of the videos and pictures show him enjoying leisure time with some young women friends. The reported nature of his relationship with the young women earned him the term “blesser”.

He is mostly referred to as Uncle Roland.

Muchengwa is reportedly wealthy but the nature of his wealth has not been disclosed.

Background

Muchengwa was born in Zvishavane with the name Iseanesu Rolen and surname Muchegwa. His father worked for the Cold Storage Commission. The family relocated to Harare when Rolen was quite young and he attended Mukai High School in Highfield. He was reportedly an intelligent student.[1]

Conviction for Mbanje deal

At an unspecified time, Muchengwa was arrested and tried for Mbanje possession. He was convicted and sentenced to 2 years imprisonment. [1]

Source of Wealth

After serving his time, Muchegwa started buying second hand imported clothes and selling them, and he is said to have made a lot of money doing this.

He was later introduced to the petroleum industry by one Victor Mereki.

Following several reports that Muchengwa was a fugitive on the run from the law in Zimbabwe, Muchengwa said in October 2019 that his wealth was legitimate as it was from contracts to supply fuel in Zimbabwe and some SADC countries. He also said that he owned a mine and a “big club” in South Africa.

Marriage and Physical Abuse Allegations

Muchengwa married Briggete Mpofu and the young couple had a son named Brassington Muchegwa. Brassington later played for the Zimbabwe national Under 18 soccer team as a young man.[1]

Muchengwa eventually divorced Briggete and married Michelle Kawome, a businesswoman. This marriage too ended in divorce. He however reportedly physically abused her in 2015 an incident which resulted in Michelle sustaining several injuries on her body. 

He is also reported to have assaulted late Harare lawyer Eddie Jori whom he accused of having a having an affair with Michelle.

Uncle Roland who has been laying low has returned with a bang on the entertainment scene much to the annoyance of South African men who hate him for stealing their girlfriends.

South African men fear for their girlfriends
Uncle Roland bounces back (Image Credit: Twitter)

When it comes to him, it is a ‘beauties and the beast affair’ as women especially “yellow bones” always flock to him because he is monied.

Uncle Roland Returns
Uncle Roland bounces back

Some tweeps have since dubbed him Thanos and have started warning fellow men to hide their girlfriends, while some sarcastically opined that men should also watch out for him.

Check out some of the responses to his return;

@Collen_KM;

Hide your girlfriends he is back.

@KitsoDaKit;

The legend madoda our girlfriends are gone.

@EdwardthembaSa;

This time around he’s back for the boyfriends as well

@JoeweeCarter90;

This dude is proof that when you have money you can have any woman you want, that’s why you must always chase paper and the rest will follow

@Mr_fab1974

I saw him with 5 ladies on Saturday at Rockets Time Square. It was a horrific side.

@JoeyH65148174;

Lol Thanos his back I know 2 guy’s from Tembisa that cried about Thanos and don’t want to even see him bcoz he ate their Gfs

@DonknowMcgrego

His coming back the Blxckie way Green Goblin

Uncle Roland is a flamboyant Zimbabwean national based in South Africa. He is well known for living in the fast lane, partying with pretty women who qualify for magazine covers.

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