Actress Ayanda Ayanda Borotho – You don’t need anyone to complete you

Actress Ayanda Ayanda Borotho – You don’t need anyone to complete you


Actress Ayanda Borotho is on a journey to find her true self and says she is choosing to be herself even though the world expects her to be like everyone else. Ayanda shared a post on Instagram saying that pursuing yourself might be a painful process but was rewarding when one is freed from the self-bound chains.

If you follow the Isibaya actress known for her role as maDlamini on Instagram, you will note that she is all about self-love, self-acknowledgement and she renounces toxic societal norms. She is a spitter of fire when it comes to the preservation of language and culture. So really, what’s there not to love about her? In all her posts in previous years the hashtag, unbecoming to become really brought her thoughts to life and together for us to follow her wisdom as it drops.
It was then no surprise when she announced that she had penned a book by the same title. The book is finally in stores available at Exclusive Books. Taking to Instagram as she often does, the Isibaya actress wrote a letter to her younger self apologising to her and telling her how much she loves her. I love you. I forgive you. I celebrate your greatness. I see you. I honour you. You didn’t know better. You will make it. You made it. It wasn’t your fault,” she wrote.

The mother of four went on to advise her more than half a million followers to tell themselves all the things they wish they were told when they were younger.


“Tell your younger self the things you wish you were told as a child. It heals what you didn’t heal in your childhood but took with you into adulthood. You’ll struggle to reach your full adult potential without releasing the hurt child that’s still crying for help. She explained what happens when we don’t deal with the things that happened to us as children. Pain holds us back. Wounds imprison us. You have a responsibility to heal that girl first so you can become the woman you were ought to be.