It’s been one month considering that Mphowabadimo gained Big Brother Mzansi.
While it has been a massive adjustment the 27-year-old says she is residing her dream.
In this interview Mphowabadimo shares what she has been up to due to the fact that the fact exhibit and her future plans.
Big Brother Mzansi winner Mphowabadimo is basking in her new reputation and playing each minute.
Speaking to Channel24 this week whilst in between radio interviews and photoshoots, she stated she used to be residing her dream.
“I’m proud of how a long way I’ve come, and it is nevertheless a lengthy street the place I’m headed, and it is solely the commencing of fantastic matters to come,” she said.
Mphowabadimo, whose actual title is Michele Dimpho Mvundla, lately inked a deal with beverage manufacturer Castle Milk Stout rapidly after attending the ancestor day commemorative event.
“I can not reveal a lot about that deal due to the fact of NDA’s, however I join with the manufacturer and their vision, and I am proud to be on board,” stated Mvundla.
This week the reality star celebrated her one-month anniversary since scooping the BBM title in April, and she said the adjustment has been eventful.
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“Things have been amazing since winning BBM; I’m living my dream. I’m slowly finding the adjustment. It’s not easy, but one day at a time,” she said.
After the show, the housemates of Big Brother Mzansi went back to their lives, with an increased number of followers on social media and a couple of endorsement deals.
Mvundla has since bagged a cover shoot and been spotted at SA Fashion Week and various DStv red carpet premieres.
The 27-year-old added that her support is rooted in her family and fans, who are proud of her work. “The response from my family has been nothing but love. They support me and are super proud of me,” she said.
Her plans with the prize money are in full swing, with plans to venture into business and continue her work as a sangoma.
“I have a lot of plans, but I want to venture into a business more than anything to make more millions.
“I am still juggling industry work and will resume my spiritual work in a month or two. I still need to settle down. My life is too busy,” she explained.
Mvundla added that she was looking to broaden her skills in presenting.
“My dream job is to have my talk show or reality show, but I’m working towards that,” she added.