- Unathi Nkayi has opened up about how she worked to build confidence in her entertainment career
- The media personality revealed that she wasn't always sure of herself and she worked hard to find her comfort in her roles
- She also revealed what major plans she has for the future in her home province, the Eastern Cape
Idols SA judge and media personality Unathi Nkayi recently dropped some wisdom on confidence and what it takes to build it. Unathi took to Instagram to talk about her personal journey to build her self-esteem and self-image.
Unathi said that when it comes to her physical and mental health, she knew that she had to start somewhere. She wasn't happy about how she looked and she wasn't confident either.
"I didn't believe I deserved it. Years later I can only attest my confidence in both those fears to learnt behaviour," said Unathi.
Unathi said that she wasn't always as confident in herself as she is now and that it's been a constant journey of emotional growth for her. She also opened up about her plans to build a house in the Eastern Cape.
"This year I decided to buy land at home in the EC to build my dream home. I have never built my own property so I am very nervous," she said.
The Idols SA judge made it clear that being sure of yourself is something that you build over a period of time and she's grateful that she's finally confident.
In other entertainment news, Briefly News reported that Prince Kaybee shared what keeps him sharp and on his game at all times. Prince Kaybee has opened up about how he keeps his head up in the cutthroat entertainment industry in Mzansi.
Speaking to Candice Modiselle during an Instagram Live video, the record producer shed some light on how he keeps his head above the water.
Prince Kaybee thinks that the main thing that kept him together was not letting the fame get to his head and said that it's easy to get lost in the glitz and glam.
"When you are in a space where you are successful, you tend to outgrow all the things that made you who you are," he said.
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