- Durban Gen actress Nelisiwe Sibiya has confirmed that she dated and had planned to marry gospel star Ayanda Ntanzi
- Sibiya claimed they split up in 2019 due to their different religious beliefs, as Ayanda is a Christian and Nelisiwe believes in ancestors
- Nelisiwe went on to say that their split provided her with new opportunities because Ayanda was strict and would never allow her to take certain acting roles
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Durban Gen actress Nelisiwe Sibiya has spoken out about his relationship with gospel singer Ayanda Ntanzi.
Sibiya confirmed to Lungelo KM on his YouTube podcast Engineer Your Life that she was engaged to Ayanda but broke it off in 2019. According to The South African news publication, the two had been dating since university.
She further claimed on Engineer Your Life that their different religions and beliefs were the reason they couldn't have the wedding. Nelisiwe believes in her ancestors, whereas Ayanda is a devout Christian.
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“I realised that being with him was holding me back. My career grew after I left him.”
“He was a strict man, he would have a problem with me kissing another man on TV. I mean he is a gospel star and imagine having the wife kissing other men on TV, ” she added.
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Nelisiwe Sibiya is looking back at all of the things she's been through to get to where she is now. The media personality has not shared her story for sympathy but rather as inspiration for others.
TimesLIVE reports that after finishing high school, Nelisiwe got a job as a promoter and spent nights sleeping in the bathrooms of The Glen Mall for six whole months.
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Source: Briefly News