- Siv Ngesi took to social media to talk about the struggles he faced financially while growing up
- Mzansi actor Tumisho Masha chimed in and spoke about how he's glad Siv made it to where he is now
- Other social media users could relate to Siv Ngesi's topic and shared their childhood struggles on Twitter
Media personality Siv Ngesi opened up about the hard times he faced in his childhood, especially how he didn't have the financial resources.
Taking to Twitter, Siv spoke about how he struggled but he felt that he was rich in other ways.
"Told a close high school friend how badly we were struggling financially during high school, she had no idea! F*** I was so jealous of the other kids."
My currency was first-team rugby/Waterpolo, drama kid, debating etc. I was filthy rich in that department," he tweeted.
Social media users could relate to Siv's statement and Mzansi actor Tumisho Masha chimed in, speaking about how he could relate to what the media personality was saying.
"Your past made you the success you are today plus it gave you bravery and strength being a rich kid could not have done."
"Well done to you though for realizing that at an early age and letting it make you better and not bitter," said Tumisho.
Siv feels as though he was disadvantaged but not sees how that period of his life contributed to the bubbly personality that he is today.
In other entertainment news, Briefly News reported that Somizi Mhlongo inspired peeps to find the silver lining in hard times. Somizi Mhlongo-Motaung is all about those positive vibes and he wants you to be as well.
Sharing how he manages tough times, Somizi motivated others to soldier through. Having had to face many challenges in his life, Somizi has learnt how to get through them without being defeated. Somizi is a bubbly person who uses his positivity to conquer the unconquerable.
Taking to social media with a little clip, Somizi shared his secret to happiness. He started out by making it clear that no one struggle is more important than the other, we are all fighting our own battles.
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