Season two of Faith Nketsi’s reality show has started off on a good start. The reality show premiered on November 2 interview style. This gave viewers a sense of what to expect on the show and also a chance to introduce the new cast members. Viewers got introduced to Pro-twerkers who are also Faith’s friends and cousin.
The first episode of Have Faith excited viewers as it gave them a glance of what’s to come and many picked up that the star Faith, was more transparent and had more personality. The star admitted that in the first season she let the other cast members take centre stage as she had anxiety and was scared of being scrutinized by people. Now, Faith promised fans to not hold anything back and give them some raw entertainment…and so she did.
In the last season she revealed the man in her life Thami Yabo who is a businessman. The rapper dropped a bombshell on last night’s episode when she revealed that she cheated on Thami with a wealthy man. She then fell pregnant during her infidelity and the man abandoned her and the unborn baby.
Faith had mentioned on her Instagram live in March this year that she met someone new who was very wealthy. She mentioned that he had 12 cars and was drenched in money. He would buy her expensive gift including a rolex and showered her with gifts of up to 200K.
Things ended when she found out that he was also cheating on her with three other girls. He was mostly a man who dated multiple women in the industry at the same time. Faith later found out that she was pregnant with his child. Her world came crashing down when the wealthy man distanced himself even further from her after informing him of the pregnancy. The stress Queen Twerk went through and all other factors considered, caused her to suffer a miscarriage.
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Pastor and maskandi artist, Scelo “Inkosi yabefundisi” Ngcobo is traumatised. This after he was attacked by unknown gunmen. He said he’d been invited by Pastor Siyabonga Mabaso to preach at Maranata Apostolic Church in Tembisa, Ekurhuleni, on 30 October. Learn more