- South African media personality DJ Sbu has given a man some tough love advise on relationships
- The man revealed that he was struggling to recover from a broken heart and was trying to find a rebound
- Instead, the veteran radio personality advised him to keep pushing work and leave women alone
DJ Sbu has offered some advice to a heartbroken man on social media.
The man shared that he was struggling to recover from heartbreak and was having an even more difficult time finding a replacement.
DJ Sbu responded to the despondent man by telling him to leave women alone. The media mogul advised the social media user to “forget about sisters”. He said:
“Focus on you. Focus on building yourself. Focus on your purpose.”
He went on to say:
“Elevate yourself to the next level uzobona, the right one will come to you.”
His response was received well by social media users.
Meanwhile Briefly News previously reported that DJ Sbu has taken to social media to remind Mzansi men that being rich does not only mean having money. The musician shared that sometimes one only needs their family to be happy in life.
The media personality posted a happy snap of himself and his daughter, Waratwa, while they were sharing a precious daddy-daughter moment. Sbu, who is known in Mzansi for being a loving dad to his bundle of joy, captioned his Twitter post:
"A man who don't take care of his family can't be rich."
When one young man, @Bujospondo, complained that he has been taking care of his family for many years but is not yet rich. Sbu advised him:
"Family is your riches brother."
Most of the businessman's fans agreed with him. They shared that having a family is also a blessing. Check out some of their comments below:
"I totally agree with you grootman. Here are my two extensions."
"Sbu you're such an incredible man. We see you."
"Injalo vele wena (That's how it's supposed to be) uncle S'buda.... Being a family man is a blessing too."
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