Busiswa who was beaten up for cheating on her baby daddy exposes her private life in a new reality show

Busiswa who was beaten up for cheating on her baby daddy exposes her private life in a new reality show

South African singer-songwriter and poet Busiswa who was beaten up for cheating on her baby daddy speaks on new reality show Gqulu reveals her apprehension to show her private life during a new reality show called Her Majesty: Busiswa. Speaking to Sunday World at the Milorho Lodge Hiking Trail in North West where she is shooting travel scenes for the show, the queen of dance said she does like “chaos” in her personal space. “The thing that i’m most nervous about having a reality show is letting people into my actual house because i’m an energy person. “I love an honest, positive, great smelling, happy, houseclean and I am worried about it being very chaotic a day and really busy because the crews are there. But also, i’m worried about the general public opinion about my house and my space. In my line of labor, people want to criticise every a part of you,” she said. Gqulu is that the third local celebrity to possess her reality series on BET Africa, which can air on March 20. Previous reality shows on the channel showcased the lives of Boity Thulo and Khanyi Mbau. The hitmaker recently made history when she collaborated with Beyonce on her critically acclaimed music project Black is King. The 13-part local reality TV series is a visible companion to Gqulu’s musical journey – an ode to her lasting power, a celebration of her authenticity while capturing her journey in creating a visible album. This is not the primary time the singer has revealed her life to the general public. She has released a documentary called Busiswa: An Unbreakable Story, which premiered at the African International festival and is now showing on Showmax. She explained the difficultly of being vulnerable ahead of the camera after years of being reluctant to share anything. “I’ve gotten to some extent where after eight years within the industry, i’m pretty comfortable to share anything. I’ve accepted that my life are going to be within the limelight anyway and that i will accept whatever comes with it. “I live honestly, truthfully and positively and that i anticipate to sharing my truth quite anything. “Over the years I’ve been reluctant to share anything but I’ve learnt that it’s important to inform my very own story and once I don’t have anything to cover. i’m prepared to travel there with the general public by letting them into my private and spiritual life,” she said. Monde Twala from BET said: “BET Africa is proud to continue celebrating black excellence on the continent and that we are committed to bringing African audiences content that’s culture-led, bold and relevant.” – Sundayworld

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