Simphiwe Ngema is now a proud owner of her registered dream home

Simphiwe Ngema is now a proud owner of her registered dream home

Simphiwe Ngema is celebrating a milestone and the best way to do that is to post a lengthy, emotional and inspiring post in social media.

The actress has secured her title deeds to her new home and is now a proud owner of her registered dream home,

The congratulatory message she received was accompanied by a lengthy IG post laying some speculations to rest. She also threw in some motivation to inspire others like herself.

Months after her husband’s passing, Simphiwe Ngema continued living her life and her family was there to support her. A snap she posted of herself with her family at the beach opened up mountains of speculation from people, who accused her of spending her husband’s life insurance money.

Simphiwe revealed that Dumi did not have life insurance and the only thing he left her with was the car he was murdered in. She explained that his death was a major strain in her life as she was jobless and depended on her family.

“I remember posting a picture of me at the beach with my family and people talking about how I’m spending my late husband’s insurance money (which I didn’t have) and Wishing I actually had it,” she wrote.

The actress who then bagged some acting roles promised herself that she would work very hard to the point where people start to actually believe the rumours.

” I promised myself that I would work so hard that when people look at me they would actually think that I did get that insurance money. Mission accomplished…” she wrote.

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3 years ago I became a 27yr old Widow. My husband passed away 2months after our wedding (with no life insurance) and I was left with nothing. I didn’t have a job and I was left with a car that he was murdered in. My family was all I had. I remember posting a picture of me at the beach with my family and people talking about how I’m spending my late husband’s insurance money (which I didn’t have) and Wishing I actually had it. I was fortunate that I had a family that could take Care of me (Most widows don’t). 3months later I got a job at broken vows and 3months after that my aunt died in my arms and it felt like things were just getting worse. I promised myself that I would work so hard that when people look at me they would actually think that I did get that insurance money. Mission accomplished???. moral of the story, people will always talk, don’t let what they say hurt you or get you down. Use it as motivation to become a better person and to achieve your goals. Before you judge a widow for moving on, wether it be buying a new house, a car or falling inlove again just be glad she’s moving at all. Today I choose to celebrate my goals because for the longest time, achieving something was a relief and not a celebration. I’m not afraid to talk about what I’ve been through because I learnt a long time ago that “you can’t heal under a mask, wounds need air”. My achievements might be small but next time you see me, know that’s all ME!!!. Here’s to healing and achieving more goals ??????‍?? Get up! Little lady, no one is coming to save you.

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