She’s currently the darling of Botswana Television’s (TV) Friday weekend kick starter and showbiz magazine dubbed Flavadome. The vivacious lass who hails from Molepolole in Kweneng District is also a seasoned events MC, singer, influencer and an all-round gifted entertainer. She’s this week’s celebrity crush…
What do you like doing in your spare time?
I enjoy reading. It’s either a novel from either Sidney Sheldon or any crime mystery or an auto/biography. I also have an obsession with Msanzi Bioskop movies! I can binge watch all day. I also enjoy cooking, I find it to be therapeutic. I also listen to a lot of music constantly.
Who is your celebrity crush?
None at the moment, but it used to be Usher Raymond.
Are you single?
How would someone get your special attention?
Their humility. I’m attracted to people who are optimistic, empathetic and have a warm nurturing aura.
What has been your best/worst date?
Can’t say I have a worst. The best I have had was a getaway to somewhere quiet and serene.
Would you date a fan?
I have never thought of that. I don’t know if I would.
What would you change your name to?
What’s your biggest pet peeve?
Lateness. It annoys me. If you are going to be late please communicate!
What’s your worst annoying habit?
I’m stubborn. It’s both a pro and a con. Lol.
Do you ever get used to being a celebrity?
I shy away from using the word “celebrity”. But if you were to ask do I get used to the love and support I get, I would say no. It’s an overwhelming feeling. I’m humbled by that.
Who is your inspiration?
My late grandmother Martha Kgosidintsi. She was an amazing woman who continues to live on through the work she has done in her community.
Do you speak any language?
Setswana and English.
Where would like to visit
3 destinations. 1. Bora-Bora 2. Santorini 3. The Maldives
If you were not famous. What would you be up to?
I’d probably be working as a counsellor or in a corporate office specifically in the area of marketing.
Who is the messiest person you know?
Leina kgomo! I plead the 5th Amendment.
What’s the most interesting thing you have read or seen this week?
I’m doing some self-education about Pan-Africanism so I last read an article about its history and I will work my way from there. It’s all in my quest to know the power I have and how to better my world.
What would you like to be remembered about you?
Well, I want to be remembered as a symbol of hope and I want people to know nothing is impossible unless you stand in your own way.
What message would you like to give to your fans?
Be unapologetic about your existence. Don’t give up. Don’t be afraid of asking for help if you need it. Do not gauge your life or success against anyone else’s. Celebrate every victory no matter how small.