- Pabi Moloi is a TV presenter, radio DJ and local celeb
- The star is known for her grace and dignity
- This was evident when she responded to a Tweep who commented that she was pregnant
Pabi Moloi didn’t pull any punches after one Tweep commented about her being pregnant. In true Pabi style she hit back asking the tweep if she had impregnated her.
And another clever Tweep responded to this with a message of acknowledgement for all the star has achieved.
This ties in nicely with Pabi’s approach to life. In an interview with SATV, the star commented that her definition of success is breaking boundaries, making new rules and being happy and fulfilled. Her most important thing is looking after herself because she believes this will determine what she can give to the people around her.
Also known for her big heart, and awareness of world affairs, Briefly.co.za recently featured an article on her outcry over the state of housing in the country. She decried the fact that many South Africans still live in shacks in 2018.
Pabi posted a photo of shacks on her Twitter account on 5 June. She accompanied it with the caption:
This is how my people live. A continued violence. 2018.
Her success has accelerated in leaps and bounds, and she was featured in another article which highlighted her wealth.
Pabi charges R45 000 per event she is one of the highest paid MCs in South Africa. Celebs who MC earn good money very quick but having brand sponsorships' and relationships with big companies create a more consistent income.
As if this all isn’t enough, she is also a successful working mother. The TV and radio personality has been involved in some ugly drama with her baby’s father, but she’s held her head high and refused to be drawn into public debate over the situation.
It would seem that everything in this lovely lady’s life oozes glamour, success and dignity.
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