- Hungani Ndlovu posted an inspirational post on the gram about how you can't help others if you're not in a good space
- The actor told his followers to trust their journey and just take care of themselves
- He usually shares posts on his social media about taking care of your mental health
Mzansi actor Hungani Ndlovu recently shared some wisdom about how you can't help others heal. He took to Instagram to share his thoughts on the healing process in life and so much more. Hungani said that you can't help others heal if you haven't found healing yourself.
"You’ll have setbacks. It will look nearly impossible. You’ll lose sight of the vision. You’ll want to quit," he wrote.
He also added on by saying that even though healing is a tough process, you should not give up and just enjoy the journey:
"Hold on tight. Look how far you’ve come. Give thanks for the little victories. You are doing good. I’m proud of you. Keep going."
The Scandal actor has taken some temporary time off the show. The channel has denied reports that they would be killing off his character, the much loved Romeo.
"The channel, together with Ochre Media, refute the claims made that Hungani was fired from the show for bad behaviour, nor had his character, Romeo been killed off," said E.tv in a statement.
Hungani is well known for always sharing inspirational gems on social media and is known to share ways for people to take care of their mental health.
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za previously reported that Manaka Ranaka shared a throwback video from 30 years ago. . The Generations: The Legacy actress took to Instagram on Thursday, 3 December to take part in the viral 'How it started and how it's going' challenge.
Manaka, who plays the role of Lucy Diale on the popular SABC 1 soapie, shared a music video that was filmed three decades ago and a recent clip from the telenovela. The star captioned her post:
"How it started... And how its going 3 decades later. We are not done yet... We're still going strong."
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