Actress Mapula Mafole says she is going through hard times. The star decided to go public with her struggle by tweeting about it. Mapula says she’s not been okay, but in her struggle, she decided to encourage people going through trying times.
“I have not been okay at all but I’ve had to put on the bravest face of my life. But i know this too shall pass. Just want to send love and light to anyone going through a difficult time. Whatever it may be, keep your head up. This too shall pass,” she tweeted. Mapula Mafole talks about having endured so much in life yet still need to put on a brave face. Although hopefully that her current situation is only intermittent but she believes all will pass in due time
“I have not been okay at all but I’ve had to put on the bravest face of my life. But i know this too shall pass. Just want to send love and light to anyone going through a difficult time. Whatever it may be, keep your head up. This too shall pass #wednesday” wrote Mapula Mafole
People appreciated her tweet and sent her love also.
Sending you love and light. This too shall pass. Thank you for your compassion to send love and light to others in spite of your circumstances. We're going through the most. Go tla loka🤗 https://t.co/RwSW9Bcg6R
— Kgomotso Christopher (@kgchristopher) March 8, 2023
Emtee hands himself to the police
Emtee hands himself over to the police after his wife, Nicole Kendall Chinsamy accused him of assault. Two weeks ago, the rapper trended on different social media platforms after he went live on Instagram to reveal the altercation between him and his wife. During the Live chat, the wife claimed she was abused by her husband on Valentine’s day; she proceeded to show viewers a photo of her bruises sustained from the abuse. Nicole further revealed that she is 7 months pregnant.
Emtee’s pregnant partner opened a case of assault against him at the Midrand Police station, and he appeared in court the same day where he was granted R 2000 bail.
Police spokesperson Lieutenant Colonel Mavela Masondo confirmed the rapper’s willingness to cooperate with the law; he also confirmed that it was indeed a Gender Based Violence case.
“The police can confirm that the suspect handed himself to the police on Wednesday 08 March and he was charged with assault. He was taken to Midrand Magistrates Court the same day where he was granted R2000 bail.”
Ave ninya ke nina. 👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽 https://t.co/xtnzfOgMD9
— D.I.Y 3 (@emteerecords) March 9, 2023