Shauwn “MaMkhize” MKhize defends herself from social media hate, after questioning Uzalo’s management over criteria regarded on putting her into popular soapie.
Many followers and some celebs blame management for ignoring them, elevate their career while putting her over money claims.
Thuso Mbedu joined Miss Madiba, who shared her disappointment for the TV show, for ignoring her over past four years, which is direct to MaMkhize casting.
“SA television is a joke. I can’t believe I spent 4 years in varsity studying this thing. #Uzalo”, Thuso responded; “Still paying NSFAS back.”
“I’m like a dark horse, when I enter a place people always question me.
“I actually like it when people just look at me and count me out. I always like it when people have negative things to say because I always come up and surprise them. That’s my nature. I thrive when I succeed where people least expect me too …” said Shauwn.
MaMkhize then reflected on all the success she’s had in spaces where people didn’t think she would thrive.
“I mean who would have thought that I would become so much of a success at my age? Who would have thought that I would come onto social media and do so well as a businesswoman? No-one. No-one believed that I would do what I did when I entered what was considered “men’s’ territory” — owning a soccer team, the construction business.”
Hate challenges MaMkhize, but it’s unclear on whether she can move with it or letting go, as haters attribute her success to her riches.
“Look, the truth of the matter is if you are making money it means you are putting in the necessary effort because you can never make money by just sitting at the corner. You must go out there and hustle hard. If you go out there, you will be noticed.
“I mean, come to think of it: who had come onto social media and accumulated followers in just a year’s time? It’s obvious there’s something about me and it’s not just about the money. I’m sure those million followers are not following the money. There’s something that interests them and makes them want to follow me.”