- Pearl Thusi opened up about her relationship with Robert Marawa and why it ended at the right time
- The actress was a guest on Mac G's Podcast and Chill where she spoke on a number of topics but mentioned how she and Robert ended
- Pearl spoke candidly about how the relationship was good but that she also knew when it had run its course
Pearl Thusi recently got candid about her relationship and breakup with sports journalist and media personality, Robert Marawa.
The star was a guest on Mac G's Podcast and Chill and the two chatted about multiple topics but she answered openly when the host enquired about her relationship with Robert.
Pearl said that she knew that the relationship was no longer the best for her and that she is very good at recognising that moving on is important for growth. She said: "Some people are so desperate to stay safe and secure that they never grow. And that's so sad for me."
Pearl described how she knew the relationship had run its course and that, as much as she wanted to stay, she knew that it was not benefitting her any longer:
"Robert and I had a great relationship things didn't work for reasons we'd rather not talk about. That wasn't our intentions but that's what happened. You need to know when to leave situations no matter how much you want to stay. When something is not good for you don't die in it, learn from it and move on."
The Queen Sono star continued by explaining that she feels strongly that she needs to have a future with her significant other and, if she doesn't, it's not worth it:
"In all my relationships I feel like that's been the situation. I get to a point where I'm like - cause every relationship is supposed to be a consideration of, is this the rest of my life? - and if you're saying No then you're wasting time."
Watch the full episode below:
In other celebrity-related news, Briefly.co.za previously reported on Vuyo Ngcukana taking to Twitter to share a proud-dad moment with his followers about his 11-year-old daughter preparing family dinner.
The celeb posted the story on social media and described how his daughter did all the preparations and cooking herself and how she wanted no interference from her parents.
Vuyo described how she managed to deliver a delicious meal and that he could not believe how quickly his beloved child was growing up.
Vuyo's tweet described his daughter's culinary success as he wrote:
"I had a big lump in my throat this evening, my first born, my 11 year old, cooked dinner for us, chopped onions, made a sauce and rice all on her own, no supervision cos she insisted and it tasted really good, my baby is not a baby anymore"
Followers loved the story and replied to the tweet with their own tales of children growing up and how fast time goes by. They also congratulated Vuyo on how capable his daughter seemed to be:
@suga_ref: "Nice. Mine 10yrs made dinner with the supervision from big sis. There was a round of applause in my house too. She was so chuffed with herself. Proud moments.."
@asivenkakula: "Wonderful! My daughter is 6yrs, when can she start cooking for us? I'm tired"
@myemancipation: "You are blessed, Vuyo"
@AmgltdEdsam: "Beautiful news of the day, Congrats Vuyo, all the best to you and daughter'
@Seez_Way: "Cannot wait to get to such milestones, lol we are still on Peppa Pig"
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