Subsequent to experiencing money related problems that prompted depression a couple of years ago, actor Motlatsi Mafatshe settled on a firm choice to be more ascertained with his funds.
The actor who is prominently referred to for his part as Sechaba on Isidingo likewise conceded the his salary didn’t enable him to carry on with the “fab life of a celeb.”
Addressing Metro FM’s Rams Mabote this week, Motlatsi was gotten some information about whether he was gaining enough money for his TV parts, to which he responded: “Not enough. Enough to get by, but not enough to live the life of a celebrity.”
He revealed to Rams he was mindful to purchase on credit in view of a period he lost everything. The performer additionally uncovered that just before he handled the part on Isidingo he was disappointed and found himself dealing with depression.
“When I started I spent two years without work. I did one show for nine months and was getting paid but I blew that money and came home with just peanuts. Then I didn’t work for a long time and I was very depressed. Actually, that is how I got the role of Sechaba.”
The star said he learnt to be more ascertained with his choices since wedding his childhood sweetheart Millicent Nkangane and welcoming their first kid in 2016.
Shortly before his child was born, Motlatsi took to social media to gush over how the couple had always joked about having a child.
“Five years ago, I remember we used to joke around and say one day our son Lefa would be joining the best family in the world. We forgot about it and now God just reminded us about the power of the tongue. No matter how long it takes or how far it may seem. If it’s meant to be it will be.”