Indian wife, Bianca Naidoo, is suing Home Affairs & The Master of The High Court to be legally recognized as Ricky Rick's wife as Riky Rick didn't leave his will before dying KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Monday, August 29, 2022

Indian wife, Bianca Naidoo, is suing Home Affairs & The Master of The High Court to be legally recognized as Ricky Rick's wife as Riky Rick didn't leave his will before dying

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Indian wife, Bianca Naidoo is suing Home Affairs & The Master of The High Court to be legally recognized as Ricky Rick's wife as Riky Rick didn't leave his will before dying. (Read More Here).

Taking to social media, popular South African blogger, MM, revealed the Gist to his followers. 

According to information, it was reported that that Riky Rick never paid the lobola of Bianca Naidoo. And rumours are fast spreading, saying Bianca Naidoo is an Indian. 

Information reads: "Bianca Naidoo is suing Home Affairs & The Master of The High Court to be legally recognized as Ricky Rick's wife.

"Bianca Naidoo wants to be an executor and beneficiary of Ricky Rick's estate as Ricky didn't leave a will and they were not legally married."

In the court papers, which we have seen, Naidoo said she and the artist were, at the time of his death, “partners in a permanent opposite-sex life partnership, with the same or similar characteristics as a marriage after hitting it off on 26 May 2013”.

“At the time of my acceptance of a relationship with the deceased I lived with my first daughter, who was born out of a previous failed marriage. I expressed to the deceased that unless he was committed to him and myself having a stable relationship with a future, I would not permit him to meet my daughter. The deceased expressed that he wanted a long-lasting future with me, and we began living together with my daughter as a family during the same year of 2013 at my residential property bought for me by my parents in Bryanston, Gauteng,” read the papers.

“The deceased and I thus established a financial interdependence because I performed all the administrative tasks related to the decease’s duties as entertainer/musician until his untimely death.

“The deceased and I enjoyed emotional and financial inter-dependence by also inter alia registering and running successful commercial businesses together, which include the Legends Barber as well as Cotton Fest. Both I and the deceased were directors of Makhado Agency (Pty) Ltd, which we operated together in all respects. The deceased and I also enjoyed the benefits as life partners as members of my medical aid scheme who regarded us as life partners,” read the papers.

“Our common intention together with the deceased was to validate our marriage in accordance with civil law. As already stated above, although our families with the deceased are not traditional, they did meet during the course of our relationship to have marriage discussions and our families did approve of our relationship as that of husband and wife.”

“Furthermore, as already stated above, the deceased and I did intend to eventually marry, however, the deceased unfortunately passed before the solemnisation of our marriage became a reality, albeit we lived our joint lives as a married couple. I have therefore been advised that I do qualify within the category of a partner ‘in a permanent life partnership in which the partners have undertaken reciprocal duties of support’,” read the papers.

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