After going through her fair share of tribulations, Mshoza wants to help Zahara and Babes Wodumo overcome the challenges they’re facing.
Mshoza, who has escaped several abusive relationships, has dealt with criticism over her love for skin lightening procedures and has been called a “faded star” knows all too well about the pressures of being in the spotlight.
She took to Twitter to tell followers that she wants to have a talk with Zahara and Babes.
“I need a serious seat down my @BABESWODUMO and #Zahara soon. My girls needs me more than ever. It’s tough being a mom.”
In a separate tweet Mshoza reflected on her own battles with alcohol and shared some words of inspiration.
“I had my own downs in life and I turned to alcohol as a solution. I am talking about bottles and bottles a day. Look at me I am here today. I survived and overcame heavy drinking. We can, you can and it can get better in the morning. The industry depression is real,” she said.
Zahara made headlines this week after it emerged that she turned to the bottle to help her through a difficult period in her life.
She told TshisaLIVE that she felt that certain people in the industry had allegedly taken advantage of her and she drank to “find happiness”.
However, after realising that she needed help, Zahara said that she has not touched alcohol in five months.
Babes Wodumo was arrested for contempt of court after she failed to appear on charges of assault that were laid against her by an unknown woman last month. The Wololo hitmaker was released on Monday with a fine of R1 000 after she reportedly blamed “car troubles” for not making it to court.
Babes has been in the headlines ever since a video of her estranged boyfriend Mampintsha slapping her several times went viral. They both have since laid charges of assault against each other.