- Mzansi media personality Boity Thulo has made it clear that she is an independent woman
- Boity took to social media to say that she hopes that her success can never be linked to a toxic relationship
- South African social media users engaged with Boity's tweet, with some speaking about their own experiences
Boity Thulo is an independent woman and she holds her own. Boity has made it clear that she won't ever let a toxic relationship ruin her career or life. The media personality and rapper is a powerhouse and Mzansi wonders what's happening in her love life.
Boity has always said that she's single and she's revealed it won't change for a toxic situation. She took to Twitter to reiterate her stance:
"May my success never be tied to a toxic relationship or man," said Boity.
Mzansi social media users, especially women engaged Boity in her tweet. There were a few mixed responses, take a look at the reactions below:
"I have realised that my success was tied to my toxic relationship. A day after I broke up with him I got a job."
One guy decided to take his chances, @ngamla_nkuna commented:
"Take me, I'll be your vision, jubilation, inspiration, sympathy, your pride, your impression and your reason to live."
"I genuinely fear a man turning around one day & saying 'you wouldn’t have gotten there if it wasn’t for me'."
"It's only a matter of time until people make this about Cassper Nyovest."
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Boity said she wants her future kids to inherit land and businesses. Boity took to social media to express some thoughts about the children she intends to have one day and the inheritance she plans on leaving them.
The multi-talent posted that she is prioritising leaving her kids land and businesses over shoes and clothing. Boity does not have any babies yet but she's obviously building her empire with the future in mind.
Followers agreed with Boity's take and one online user even went so far as to clarify the subject. The user said that it spoke to the larger intention of leaving children a legacy but not making them think they were superior.
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