- Moremogolo appeared on #DMF and Twitter tore him apart for his mannerisms
- He graduated for the second time from the University of Limpopo on Wednesday and will be perusing his studies even further
- He acknowledges the criticism and said that he cant be someone who he is not
Moremogolo Mmuoe got torn apart on social media last Sunday when he appeared on Date My Family. Twitter had no chill and they picked him apart.
Despite all the negative media from what was seen on the show, the 24 year old graduate on Wednesday with a postgraduate diploma in Information Studies He is originally from Moletjie Ga-Manamela in Limpopo and it was not the first time he has graduated from the University of Limpopo.
He received his BA in performing arts in 2015. The young man does not plan on stopping here either.
“I am taking a break this year and intend to enroll for a master’s degree next year.”
“I always encourage young people to go to school and invest their time in reading.”
“They don’t have to read educational books. Magazines and short stories also have a lot of interesting information.”
“Reading such material can improve their vocabulary.”
Moremogolo said the negative criticism from Date My Family would not change who he is or the plans that he has for his life.
“People said I disappointed them but I didn’t take it personally. I don’t know why people are criticising me because I can’t pretend to be something I’m not.”
“I’m the one looking for a girlfriend, not them.”
“I can’t entertain what they said.”
Moremogolo is a radio present on the on campus radio station Radio Turn. He said that he knew there would be a straight yes or no answer when he went on the show.
“I wasn’t hurt when I got a no.”
“I believe she made her decision based on what she saw.”
“I’ve accepted that and moved on with my life.”
He said he would start looking for a girlfriend on his own.
“I’m hoping to find a perfect match soon.”
It just shows that you cannot judge a book by its cover. This man is going places even though he eats pizza with a knife and fork.
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