Generation's Kope: 'Struggles have taught me to value the important things'

Generation's Kope: 'Struggles have taught me to value the important things'

- Kope highlighted that having struggled in the past, it taught him to appreciate the things that money cannot buy

- In an interview Kope expressed his feelings by shading some Limpopo celebs

- He leads a very busy life, but he always makes time for his family as they are his greatest treasure

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Actor and rapper, Kope Makgae has no reason to be consumed by riches and the Gucci life style. Kope has accomplished so much in life already and his goals are of a practical nature.

Chatting to Rams Mabote from Metro FM, this star that has stolen the hearts of many with his role as TV thug Mrekza on Generations, spoke out about knowing exactly what it’s like to struggle for bread and petrol.

Kope said that he has had many challenges but overcame them. Times when he was broke it made him humble.

He added that it teaches one what is important and who in life are important. The struggles he endured taught him to value the important things and not the Gucci belts, reported Times Live.

Having made it a long time ago, speaks of his achievements. Kope knows people who have been in the game longer and had more opportunities than he has. But where assets, terms of plans, times of mindset and life lessons are concerned. leanrt that Kope feels he has beaten them 10-0. He says that the people wearing Gucci that he has hung around with, think they are smart but in reality that are fools.

In an interview with TshisaLIVE, Kope expressed his feelings by shading some Limpopo celebs. He said they are “captured” by the city of gold in turn making them forget about their homeland and the need to develop their own communities.

He said that a lack of talent in Limpopo is not the issue. The fact is that people come to Jozi and gain citizenship and then turn their backs on their true home.

Even though their conscious is telling them to go home, they silence these thoughts. Kope’s passion is to use his talent and get involved in community development.

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Kope leads a very busy life style, he always puts his family first. Speaking to the younger generation involved in the industry, he told them to prepare themselves for the heavy workload that comes with the career.

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