Hazel Mahazzard Celebrates 12 Months of Abstinence, SA’s Reactions Mixed: “How Much Were You Having”

Hazel Mahazzard Celebrates 12 Months of Abstinence, SA’s Reactions Mixed: “How Much Were You Having”

  • Hazel Mahazzard marked 12 months since she decided to abstain from any form of sexual activity
  • The DJ celebrated with a cake and photoshoot, and received messages of encouragement from supporters
  • Hazel spoke to Briefly News about her decision, and shared some advice for those looking to follow in her footsteps

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Hazel Mahazzard celebrated a year of abstinence
Hazel Mahazzard marked 12 months of abstinence with a photoshoot. Images: mahazzad
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In 2023, Hazel Mahazzard made a decision to abstain from any form of sexual activity and recently celebrated a year! The beloved disc jockey shared the news online, complete with a sweet photoshoot to mark the milestone.

Hazel Mahazzard marks a year of abstinence

Media personality, Hazel Mahazzard, celebrated a personal goal after reaching an impressive milestone in her life.

The DJ shared that she has been abstaining from any form of sexual activity, and marked May 2024 as the month she clocks a year without tlof tlof!

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Taking to her Twitter (X) page, Hazel posted the news along with videos from a photoshoot celebrating the milestone and the best decision she ever made for herself.

Not only that, but Hazel also got a "niks mapha" (no sharing) cake for the momentous occasion - we see what you did there!

The DJ spoke to Briefly News about the level of difficulty in sticking to her decision:

"Being celibate is light work, contrary to popular belief. The longer you go on without it, the easier it becomes, and the urge eventually disappears. Denying my flesh of short-term pleasure for long-term spiritual gain is a small price to pay.
"I'm naturally disciplined. Everything I’ve ever wanted and wholeheartedly pursued, I got. That’s how I hold myself accountable because I know what I can accomplish when I apply myself. People lack sexual discipline, and it’s worrisome given the high rate of STD infections in Gauteng."

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Hazel went on to share a piece of advice for anyone wanting to follow in her footsteps:

"Know your 'why' - what works for me may not necessarily work for you. Staying single helped me, and finding projects to commit to, like my podcast, 'Within with Hazel' and my studies helped too.
"I started prioritising my mental and physical health, went to church and prayed. Also, get a friend who understands celibacy for support."

Mzansi reacts to Hazel Mahazzard's post

Netizens were impressed and praised Hazel for reaching such a huge milestone:

Simphiweyinkoc_ said:

"It’s been two years on my side; I’m even gaining weight! Boys are not good for us."

mr_shimmy congratulated Hazel:

"Congratulations, chomie! It takes great discipline to abstain."

Bill_Bragga cheered Hazel on:

"Then there’s me at 33 and still a virgin. We are doing amazing, girl. Celibacy is the way, guys. Abstain."

Meanwhile, some netizens were curious about what led to Hazel's decision, and some raised her alleged affair with Prince Kaybee:

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_shwabade_ asked:

"How much were you having that you even decided to have a photoshoot to celebrate your celibacy?"

MondliBrianZum1 said:

"She made headlines with KB; now she's taking leave."

Thendo_rsa wrote:

"Prince Kaybee would be very happy."

Cassper Nyovest encourages safe sexual activity

In an earlier report, Briefly News shared online reactions to Cassper Nyovest urging his supporters to be mindful of their sexual health.

The rapper said he knew fans wouldn't listen to his plea to abstain, so he encouraged safe sexual activity instead.

Source: Briefly News

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Moroba Moroeng (Entertainment editor) Moroba Moroeng is an entertainment writer at Briefly News and a University of Johannesburg alumni (Public Relations and Communications, 2018). She was the content manager and, later, editor for HipHop Africa, where she honed her proofreading, leadership, and content management skills. Having begun her career as a content writer for Slikour OnLife, Moroba has over four years of experience as a writer specialising in music journalism and entertainment. She joined Briefly News in 2023 and passed a set of training courses by the Google News Initiative. Email: moroba.moroeng@briefly.co.za

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