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Popular filmmaker traumatised after DNA test shows he is not the father of wife’s newborn

Famous South African film director Nkosi Nathi, has expressed disbelief and frustration after a DNA test revealed that he is not the biological father of his wife’s newborn daughter.

TheNewsGuru.com(TNG) reports that the filmmaker via his Instagram page on Monday, opened up about his ordeal, stating that the incident had left him traumatized.

Nathi, who disclosed that an incident compelled them to conduct a DNA test, said he received the news of becoming a father nine months ago and has doted on the baby girl since birth

Sharing his story to encourage other men to conduct a DNA test, Nathi said,  “Today was meant to celebrate my first Father’s Day. I’m shattered beyond words. Nine months ago, I was introduced to the news that I would be a father. I are for my unborn child and she became my world. I spent some time with her and it was a life changing experience.

“She was born on May 20 a day before my birthday. After some incident, her mother and I agreed to do a DNA test. The result came back negative, I am not her father. I am making this post to encourage other brothers out there: With all that happened, I still want to be a part of the better and responsible generation of men.

“Let me not let the situation get ahead of us. We have a lot of life to live. The support from my family has been insane. One thing about me, I know how to choose my friends. I am traumatized but stable, on the healing journey and taking care of my mental health. Some really dope projects are coming up, I can’t wait to share them with you. The work does not stop, I will continue to be…”

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