- MaMkhize got offered a role on Uzalo which made many question her star power and true abilities as an actress
- Speaking to a publication, MaMkhize made it known that her power intimidates people and that is the only reason they question her
- MaMkhize thrives off of people questioning her and makes it her mission to prove the ones who question her abilities wrong
Powerful Mzansi businesswoman and reality TV star Shauwn 'MaMkhize' Mkhize was not having it when told she was not actually a real celebrity. Some feel that MaMkhize’s star power does not shine as bright as she would like to believe it does.
After finding out that people were questioning her star power after being offered a role on Uzalo, MaMkhize told TshisaLIVE that people only questioned her power because they were intimidated by it.
“I’m like a dark horse, when I enter a place people always question me.”
“I actually like it when people just look at me and count me out. I always like it when people have negative things to say because I always come up and surprise them."
That’s my nature. I thrive when I succeed where people least expect me too..."
MaMkhize is undoubtedly one powerful woman who is not afraid of anyone or thing. It’s comments like these that MaMkhize strives off and they only make her stronger.
Briefly.co.za recently reported on MaMkhize and her son, explaining how they two were allegedly faced with an eviction notice.
Flamboyant businesswoman Shauwn Mkhize and her son Andile Mpisane are reportedly facing eviction. The rich mother-and-son duo is being evicted from four luxurious Sandton homes worth close to R20 million.
The reality TV star and her Gqom singing son have reportedly failed to pay after Andile signed an offer to purchase the four homes in cash instalments.
MaMkhize and Andile are known in Mzansi for living a lavish life. They own a couple of posh properties and have expensive taste when it comes to cars. The soccer team owners are also known for wearing designer clothes. Many people believe that they bought all their houses in cash but that doesn't seem to be the case.
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