Mzansi TV host and rapper, ProVerb, took to social media to share a glimpse of what he has been up to lately coupled with a motivational message for his fans, both young and old.
ProVerb not only juggles hosting Idols SA and giving motivational talks to school children, he is also on the path to improve his education. He’s advancing his studies.
The media personality took to Twitter to share that he had completed his fourth module, in between hosting the biggest singing competition in Mzansi.
“Module 4 is done. It is never too late to get started on a new path of success. You can shape your life the way you want it to be, by putting in the work on a daily basis.”
According to TshisaLIVE, Proverb is known for wearing many hats in the entertainment industry. That’s proof enough that hard work pays off.
Proverb is also considered a legend in the rap community and has celebrated 14 years since the release date of his debut album, The Book of ProVerb, earlier this year.
In a video clip at the time, he described the album as the genesis of his career.
He is definitely an inspiration to many out there, that anything is possible with a little hard work and determination.
Meanwhile, about three weeks ago, Briefly.co.za reported that Proverb showed what a sweet and humble person he can be by giving Bonang Matheba praise as a better host than himself.
A social media user tried to create competition between the two hosts, but Proverb nicely shut that idea down.
According to Proverb, there isn't any comparison, it's 'Queen B all day every day'.
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