- Nokuthula Mavuso took to social media to express her overwhelming pride and admiration for the feeling of self-worth
- The actress took to Twitter to tell her followers about a phone encounter that left her sure of who she is and her value
- Nomvula mentioned that it took a long time to get to the place she's in now but that the feeling was worth it
Nokuthula Mavuso has taken to Twitter to declare that she knows what she's worth and that the feeling of that realisation is unlike any other. Mavuso mentioned that she's gotten to a place where she knows her value and the quality of what she brings with her.
The actress tweeted to her followers that she received a phonecall enquiring about her acting rate, to which she responded unashamedly with what she charges for her performances. Nokuthula expressed what a step that was for her to not belittle herself or worry about someone else getting the role.
Nokuthula saying that she understands her own value was empowering for her followers who reacted saying that they know what she means and asking for what you are worth is an important step in the right direction.
Many tweeps replied to her message saying that they too have struggled with valuing themselves in the past and undercharged for their services in their own industries. They also congratulated Nokuthula on getting to that point where she asks for what she knows she is worth:
@FheliMakhwanya: "Very good space to be in. Wishing you more of that."
@TumsMakwela: "Keep this up. You are worth every Randela."
@Cokzario: "That’s so amazing. Well done to you."
The actress encouraged her fans to keep it up by sharing that it actually took her a very long time to get to this place of worth and confidence.
In other celebrity-related news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on Somizi's candid video about his mental health where he also got honest with fans about the realities of life.
Somizi took to social media to chat openly with his fans and followers about his struggles with depression and anxiety. The SA star spoke about his own difficulties in battling with his mental health even in times when everything goes well for him.
Somizi mentioned how, despite all aspects of his life being in a good place at the moment, the dark and anxious thoughts still creep into his mind and steal joy. In the video he mentioned how he had woken up feeling down that very morning and that lately his mind had been plagued by anxious thoughts. He said that even though his family, marriage and career were all in positive places, that he still feels "scared of what might go wrong".
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