Ayanda Borotho opens up about her lockdown struggles, doesn't shower

Ayanda Borotho opens up about her lockdown struggles, doesn't shower

- Ayanda Borotho has opened up about her lockdown struggles

- The actress confessed that on some days she doesn't even feel like taking a shower

- She took to social media to ask her followers what stage of quarantine they were now at

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Actress Ayanda Borotho has "confessed" that she doesn't have a bath some days amid Mzansi's current Covid-19 lockdown.

She took to social media to open up about her struggles since the country went into lockdown 25 days go.

"Then there's bath time. I have to confess there's days when I don't shower. I love those days."

The Isibaya actress then mockingly asked her followers who were they trying to impress by bathing amid lockdown.

"Stop taking yourself so seriously like really ugezela bani at this time?"

Ayanda expressed that she has tried to read many times during this period but there's always something that interrupts her as everyone is home.

"In between I sneak in work, I've tried to read many times.... doesn't happen... someone's always hungry, thirsty, needs to pee, or is just plain bored so they interrupt ME! So yeah, I collapse and say Lord I am grateful!!!"

As much as everyone has had about enough about sitting around the house with nothing to do, the ongoing lockdown has some advantages. Ayanda says she enjoys the sunset.

"One thing I love about this time is I get to watch the sunset every day. We have the most beautiful sunsets here."

Her peers in the entertainment industry and fans also expressed their views about their lockdown struggles.

Uzalo actress Gugu Gumede said she has been sleeping a lot since President Cyril Ramaphosa announced the lockdown.

"I been 5 since Oom Cyril announced a pending lockdown."

Gospel singer Sbu Noah said:

"To be honest, stage 6. This is my kind of gig."

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In other Ayanda news, Briefly.co.za has reported that she is against the practice of polygamy.

She said she doesn't understand how any woman would fight to be the main woman instead of the only woman in her man's life.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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