- Moshe Ndiki has opened up about how his last R30 opened doors for him in the entertainment industry
- Moshe revealed that he bought a cheap wine and two loose cigarettes with his last R30
- Moshe then went home and shot a video which he uploaded on YouTube after a friend urged him to do so
Media personality Moshe Ndiki has shared how his last R30 made him famous in Mzansi. The star opened up about his story on Hulisani Ravele's show called The Nescafe Grind Sessions Episode 2.
Moshe did not know that his last R30 would open doors for him in the Mzansi entertainment industry. At the time, Moshe was an unemployed media studies graduate. Moshe shared that he bought two loose cigarettes and a cheap wine with the last R30.
The star expressed that he was stressed at the time so he decided to spend his last cash on booze. Moshe had just deposited his rent money into a wrong account.
"I took my last R30 and I bought the cheapest wine I could find and two loose cigarettes."
According to ZAlebs, Moshe explained that when he got back home, he decided to shoot a video of himself enjoying the wine. He uploaded the video on YouTube the following day after a friend advised him to do so.
The video got about 10 000 views and his YouTube channel attracted many subscribers.
"I was literally telling them about my journey and how I was unemployed."
Moshe, who now hosts You Promised To Marry Me, has become one of the most celebrated people in Mzansi. He has also appeared on one of the best telenovelas in Mzansi called The Queen.
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that that Mzansi has reacted to a video of Emtee seemingly drunk after he recently alleged that his wife, Nicole Kendall Ndevu, has been physically abusing him. The rapper took to social media this week to share with his fans that his wife and mother of two kids is allegedly physically abusive.
The video was released by the parody Twitter account @AdvoBarryRoux on late on Wednesday, 18 November. @AdvoBarryRoux claimed that Emtee was making false accusations about his wife. The account further said that Emtee's problem is "his drug abuse."
"Emtee is making false accusations about his wife, she is not abusing him, the problem is his drug abuse. The wife is trying so hard to maintain the marriage but Emtee is messing everything up because of drug abuse."
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