From clap-back queen to aspiring pastor: Nonhle has seen the light

From clap-back queen to aspiring pastor: Nonhle has seen the light

- Nonhle Thema has reportedly decided to become a pastor, with the help and training of her church, Rhema Bible Church

- Sources claim the former South African sweet heart saw the light and decided to give her life to Jesus

- The reports also claim she was surrounded by positive role models and people who have a great influence on her

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Nonhle Thema is reportedly aspiring to become a pastor, with insiders claiming she's doing her pastoral training at the Rhema Bible Church.

According to The Daily Sun, a source claimed the former Channel O presenter has changed her life around after she saw the light.

The source claimed Nonhle, who was the South African sweetheart up until 2011, was attending classes at her church to become a preacher.

READ ALSO: The DA's idea of protection: Lock Zuma up in maximum security prison gathered another source said the former-party girl has accepted Jesus Christ as her saviour and turned her life around.

According to the source, Nonhle is not ashamed of her past and how she fell from fame.

In 2011, South Africa's 'good girl', who interviewed celebs such as Chris Brown, P Diddy and Rihanna, started clapping back at hater, famous or not.

According to ZAlebs, during the time she popularised the term "Sit Down", but this meant the SA sweetheart who could do nothing wrong morphed into a clap-back queen.

Now, the new Christian Nonhle plans to take care of her daughter, whom she would raise with the guidance of God, a third source claimed.

The source added Nonhle was surrounded by brilliant mentors and influential women, who are business-minded people and women who fear God.

“She’s come a long way. Better still, she’s not bitter about whatever she went through and takes it as a blessing in disguise that she now knows the Lord.”, the source added.

Neither Nonhle nor the church could be reached for comment on her new spiritual journey.

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