- Nomuzi Mabena is feeling the weight of being an independent artist in the entertainment industry
- The rapper recently took to social media to express how tired she was after some hard work she had to do
- A few Mzansi social media users weighed in with their thoughts on the situation
Nomuzi 'Moozlie' Mabena has been feeling the difficulties that come with being an independent artist. Standing on your own requires a lot more work and dedication.
Taking to social media, Moozlie moaned about how exhausted she was after some hard work.
The rapper tweeted:
"It’s only 7am and being an independent artist is already showing me flames."
Hopefully she managed to get back on track and bounce back to the bubbly Moozlie we know and love.
Social media users chipped in with their thoughts. Twitter user ChristopherMO__ said:
"I thought you were kidding when you mentioned you're tired on Tumi's IG Live 30 minutes ago."
While MalaK16745613 said:
"Don't worry babez... Now we say lalala lalala..."
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Nomuzi 'Moozlie' Mabena has just signed a deal with well-known alcohol brand Cruz Vodka. Signing ambassadorship and endorsement deals are a huge part of celebs' lives as they pride having side incomes aside from their craft.
Celebrities have been making packets off brand deals for the longest time. The bigger the brand, the more green you get, and it also doesn’t hurt to help your career.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Moozlie just signed a deal with Cruz and is extremely excited about the new partnership, hoping it will be a long one. Alcohol brands are one of the best brands to sign with as an artist.
Cruz is one of AKA’s biggest supporters and it has gotten him a lot of publicity and also a hell of a nice side income. Supa Mega has used this partnership well and it has definitely paid off.
Taking to social media, Moozlie made the big announcement with great pride. Sisi, we are wishing you all the best and hope that Manhattan Blossom isn’t the last flavour we see from you.
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