It appears musician and businesswoman DJ Zinhle and her partner Murdah Bongz could be getting married soon. This comes after the recent trailer of her reality television show DJ Zinhle: The Unexpected.
Zinhle can be seen telling her best friend Pearl Thusi that she is moving. “I need to talk to you about why I am moving.” The star then adds that she is suffering.
“Are you getting married?” Asked Pearl. Zinhle then broke into tears and did not respond to Pearl Thusi’s question. This had led her fans to believe that a wedding is on the way.
Another scene shows Zinhle and her family members seated having lunch. “You must tell Bongani to come and pay damages.” One of her family members said.
Asante’s mom then said that Bongani’s family does not pay damages for a woman who already has a child. “Bongani said that in their culture they don’t pay damages for a woman who already has a child.”
This left a sour taste in her family members’ mouths and they told her it’s according to Bongz culture, not theirs.
Following the birth of her newborn, the DJ took to social media to reveal that
she feels blessed.
“What a year it has been. I am feeling incredibly blessed…Have so much to be grateful for. I am so thankful that it’s you I’m on this journey with. You complete me,” wrote.
She then thanked her family and friends for the love and support they have shown her. “Kairo Forbes, the rest of my family and friends for your love and support. You guys are my greatest blessing. Your support keeps me going,” she said in part.
Kairo’s mom recently launched her first-ever store at the mall of Africa. Excited about her achievement, she revealed that it is a big deal for her.
“I am super excited about our new flagship store at The Mall Of Africa. This is a very big deal for my team and I. In a time where there has been so much loss, so many setbacks and hardships, I realised that it is important to take time and celebrate every victory along the way.
“It may sound crazy but 8 years ago, no one wanted to work with an ambitious DJ from Dannhauser. Even a weekly appearance on national TV didn’t convince them that my brand and I were quite worth the risk. They judged who I was at the time and couldn’t see who I could become at the time,” she said.
The businesswoman shifted her focus from looking for partnerships to ownerships.
“I had to shift my focus, I stopped looking for partnership instead I went out and looked for ownership. It wasn’t as easy and powerful as I make it sound in fact I had to work harder than I ever had. There were blood sweat tears and a lot of life lessons in between.”
She encourages everyone to start where they are with what they have.
“Start where you are, start with you. Play the cards you are dealt and bet on yourself. Don’t wait for someone else to make it easy for you, throw yourself in every aspect of your business. Don’t just think about it be about it. Don’t focus on being unsure, use your energy to make it happen make that move and don’t be afraid to go the long way,” she concluded.
Catch DJ Zinhle The Unexpected Saturdays at 19h30 on BET Africa