- Rorisang Thandekiso has opened up about being a virgin at the age of 31, which is a very rare thing in this day and age
- The TV personality shared that she took the decision to remain a virgin a long time ago
- Rorisang has expressed that she no longer feels the need to defend her choice
Rorisang Thandekiso has opened up about being a virgin at the age of 31. The gorgeous TV presenter expressed that she made the decision to remain a virgin a long time ago.
The stunner is sticking by her decision and she doesn't feel the need to defend herself for choosing to remain a virgin in the highly tempting entertainment industry.
The musician has performed at a lot of gigs where there were probably a lot of temptations but sis is not budging. The former child star is rooted in her faith and she chooses to remain pure until she decides otherwise.
ZAlebs reports that the star said on Instagram:
"I made the decision a long time ago. Of course, primarily, it's my religion and the scripture that guided me, but I am personally convinced that it's a personal conviction.
"I have personally decided that that is how I will live my life. I no longer feel the need to defend my decision. I will explain it when there's a need, but I definitely won't defend it over and over again."
In related news, local artist Kamo Mphela recently come out and said that she is still a virgin. In the latest episode of Podcast And Chill with Mac G, Kamo shared this information when she was asked about her love life and relationships.
However, throughout the course of the interview, Kamo also spoke about how much she wanted to make the most out of her newfound fame because it does not last very long. She would like to fall back on having her own production company one day.
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Nomzamo Mbatha's younger brother Zamani has bagged a role on Rhythm City. Zamani will play the role of Suffocate's adoptive son Pule Ndlovu. Suffocate plays the leading role in the soapie.
Zamani is not only famous in Mzansi because of his more popular sister and actress Nomzamo. He is not new to acting as he recently portrayed the role of 'Zamani' in Isithembiso.
Entertainment commentator Phil Mphela shared the news on Twitter on Monday, 16 November. Phil also revealed that Zamani will make his debut on the soapie this Wednesday, 18 November. Tweeps have taken to social media to congratulate the talented Zamani on his new gig.
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