- Boity Thulo grew up wanting to be a Criminal Psychology or Serial Killer Profiler
- Unfortunately, Boity’s mother was not in a financial position to make her childhood career aspirations possible
- Boity started out by attended a top school, a university is formerly known as Monash, but had to stop when her mother was unable to pay her fees
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Boity Thulo grew up wanting to be a Criminal Psychology or Serial Killer Profiler. The entertainment game was not always where Boity saw herself.
Taking to social media to reveal what her childhood aspirations were, Boity let the people know that she wanted to be either a Criminal Psychology or Serial Killer Profiler. Sis had big dreams that clearly stemmed from CSI or something.
Unfortunately, Boity’s mother was not in a financial position to make her childhood career aspirations possible when it came to the time, so Boity had to reassess.
Boity started out by attended a top school, a university formerly known as Monash, but it made her feel anything but top.
“Oh, yes. Statistical Psychology demoralized me in University. I felt like such a loser with that subject. Yeses!!!!!”
“The fact that I had to pass Science Higher Grace for University entrance used to give me sleepless nights. That 56% was by the grace of God.”
Despite her battling to pass some modules, Boity would have pushed through if her mother was able to keep paying her fees. At the time it was soul-destroying but Boity now sees the plans God had for her.
“If my mom hadn’t run out of money for my University fees, I would have been a Criminal Psychologist/Serial killer Profiler by now. God had other plans for me.”
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Boity Thulo has confessed that she hasn't given her natural hair enough credit. The media personality revealed this in the online series, The Halo Heritage Hair Diaries.
The reality TV star opened up about how she recently did a shoot for a magazine cover using her natural crown. She expressed that the pic was "so incredible" she actually wanted to frame it.
The Bakae hitmaker said the snap of her natural hair made her realise that she didn't give her crown "enough time to shine on its own".
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