Khama Billiat in nasty baby mama drama gets stabbed. Khama Billiat Stabbed by Baby Mama at Police Station. Sunday sun reports that Khama Billiat was stabbed on the hand with a screwdriver by his Baby Mama on Monday. The 22-year-old woman and police have confirmed the development.
The woman went to Billiat’s Midrand home, with a police escort, and the 9 months old baby to ask Billiat to take care of his child. However, Billiat, who was seeing the baby for the first time, refused to have anything to do with the baby and asked to drive to the Midrand police station to solve the matter.
It was while at the Police station that the woman stabbed Billiat with a screwdriver.
Billiat refused to open a case against the woman, whom he claims has been harassing him. On her part, the woman says she is willing to take a paternity test. On the other hand, his coach has spoken on why he continues to miss the action. Kaizer Chiefs coach Ernst Middendorp has revealed that he is planning on easing star Khama Billiat back into action.
Amakhosi have done pretty well without their talisman with players like Samir Nurkovic, Lebogang Manyama and Leo Castro sharing the scoring duties.
The likes of Eric Mathoho and Dumisani Zuma have also chipped in to ensure the Zimbabwean’s absence is not felt. The Glamour Boys remain top of the Absa Premiership standings with a 10 point cushion. They got back to winning ways on Saturday, scraping past a dogged Golden Arrows outfit at Moses Mabhida Stadium.
However, Billiat’s absence has been a concern to some fans, especially with the 29-year-old reportedly embroiled in papgeld drama. He last appeared for Chiefs against Maritzburg United in what was the last game of 2019 at Harry Gwala Stadium. Since then, he has missed Amakhosi’s last five games and is yet to feature this year.
Nevertheless, Middendorp has confirmed that Billiat will be back in action soon enough. “We’ll take him (Billiat) in the training process this week and it can be possible that we will get him right in the next two weeks,” revealed Middendorp.
“If there’s a feeling that we have to take a week more, we’ll take a week more.” Amakhosi will not be in action this weekend and will next face Royal Eagles on the 8 February at FNB Stadium in the Nedbank Cup.
Source – MbareTimes
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