Minnie Dlamini Drops Possible Clue About Her Divorce
Media personality Minnie Dlamini has given a hint about what could have contributed to her divorce with Quinton Jones.
Minnie Dlamini’s wedding with Quinton Jones was aired on television, and her fans thought that the TV host had found her ideal partner. After four years, she announced the end of their relationship.
Controversial celebrity gossip peddler, Musa Khawula, asserted that Minnie had been unfaithful to Quinton with a wealthy entrepreneur named Edwin Sodi.
Although Minnie refuted the accusations, she recently shared on Instagram about being romantically involved with a narcissistic individual.
Her fans speculate that the social media post could allude to issues within her marital relationship.
The post, which appeared on her Instagram Story, included a clip of Judge Lynn Toler discussing narcissistic individuals who manipulate their partners by showering them with excessive affection, known as “love bombing”.
ZAlebs reports that love Bombing is a term defined as, “a controlling and manipulative tactic most often used by narcissists and abusive people. They seek to quickly obtain affection and attention before tearing their victims down. They may appear charming and exciting in the beginning, but this usually fades away and is replaced with emotional abuse.”
In addition to sharing Judge Lynn Toler’s post about narcissistic relationships, Minnie also added heartbreaking emojis to her post.
Although she did not say much, some social media users suggested that the post was a significant indication that Minnie has personally experienced narcissistic abuse and that it could have contributed to the disintegration of her marriage.
Recently, Minnie recently shared details about her separation from Quinton Jones. According the actress, she anticipates that the divorce proceedings will be finalized soon, allowing both of them to move forward with their lives.
She also conveyed her appreciation to her supporters for their unwavering encouragement during this trying time.
“I can’t wait to get my surname back, although I changed it on all my social media platforms. But it’s not official yet.”