- RHOD star Nonku Williams took to Instagram to share a story about her painful past
- Nonku opened up about the abuse she endured in her marriage and how it was very difficult for her
- She said that she will rise up again even if she falls and thanked her fans for their support
Real Housewives of Durban (RHOD) star Nonku Williams has opened up to the public about her painful past. In a video on Instagram, Nonku shared that she went through a lot in life and was abused by her ex-husband.
She titled the four-minute video: My Journey of Survival and Triumph and spoke about what she has been through.
"I’ve never seen so much love. God knows me. He loves me. I went through a horrible marriage. I was abused mentally, physical and emotionally," she said in the footage.
Nonku said that she was told that she would never amount to anything by her husband but she's picked herself up and she's proud of the woman she is today.
The reality star was mostly thanking her fans for supporting her through her journey. Although she's been through a lot, she's very optimistic about what the future holds for her.
"Thank you so much for your support. It can look small but for me, its big. Things have happened, and a whole lot has happened," said Nonku.
Another thing that Nonku said, is that she will pick herself up through anything. Even if she falls, she trusts that she will get back up. You go girl.
Check out the video below:
Briefly.co.za previously reported that the Ncwane family confirmed that Nonku Williams had a baby with gospel singer S'fiso. The Ncwane family has confirmed what Nonku Williams said on the dramatic debut of The Real Housewives of Durban.
The woman claimed to be the mother of S'fiso Ncwane's child and the family has verified the statement. According to the Daily Sun, the Ncwane clan acknowledged Nonku's comments and even reached out to her to allow them access to their grandchild, Nothile.
Nonku Williams is a businesswoman who is also the founder of Ashes to Beauty Winery. Williams is also into construction and is a mother-of-three.
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