Here’s what it takes to date Faith Nketsi
As much as social media has opened doors for many young South Africans, it has also played a major role in allowing bullies a voice to hide behind. Faith Nketsi was another personality to slam social media, more especially Twitter, is none other than television personality and influencer, Faith Nketsi.
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“This is probably the most toxic social media platform, but let me tell u, all that negativity made me a big girl.” tweeted faith. “A BOSS!!! I am the girl I think I am, and I know I am going to be the woman I desire to be.” Tweeted Faith.
Another Zaleb who also appears to be fed up with Twitter is none other than popular television and radio personality Bonang Matheba. Through a Tweet shared today, November 23, 2020, Matheba expressed her disgust at the hate on the platform, “This place has become filthy. So unfortunate…yuck!”.
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Back in 2016, Nketsi made headlines after a video of her performing oral sex on her partner accidentally leaked. Somehow she’s managed to use all the bad publicity to create a viable brand. Over two years ago she launched her own make-up company Feline Management which specializes in brand development.
This was followed by a short-lived music career in 2019 after she tried her hand at rapping in the year 2019. She worked alongside renowned music producer, DJ Maphorisa. However, her career didn’t work out as planned as fans didn’t feel her music. Clearly, this didn’t bring her spirit down as she continues to flourish. In August this year, she launched her own make-up line, following in the footsteps of the likes of Kylie Jenner and Kim Kardashian. “I’m so excited to finally introduce you to a project that’s so close to my heart and took me so long to perfect. I’m finally confident to introduce you to
Faith Nketsi is Sotho and she grew up in London. Her father stays that side. She got into twerking after seeing some girls do it on YouTube. In an interview with twerking SA she revealed that she did it because she needed money for school fees.
Main Picture Credit: Faith Nketsi Instagram Account
This is probably the most toxic social media platform, but let me tell u, all that negativity made me a big girl. A BOSS!!! I am the girl I think I am, and I know I am going to be the woman I desire to be 😊 pic.twitter.com/IbC2Uv0iMN
— faith.nketsi (@_faith_nketsi) November 24, 2020
I just want a man who doesn’t dance 😭 is that too much to ask ?
— faith.nketsi (@_faith_nketsi) December 16, 2020