Sbahle Mpisane, Mzansi’s beloved Fitness Bunny, had it all going for her until her tragic accident on 9th August, 2018. There have been many stories about that day, but she is finally ready to speak up on it herself.
The fitness queen recently announced that she is finally ready to speak up about her accident. Going on her social media, she said that she would be talking about the tragic incident that completely changed her life, on her YouTube channel. The video is set to go live on 20th April 2022, and her fans already cannot wait.
Taking to social media, she wrote “It has been a long journey since the 9/08/2018 having double thoughts on if I should open up or not. Trillion thanks to @Boldly_Owamie for reaching out & giving me that last push.”
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“My story will be up tomorrow on my new YouTube channel at 10am, to subscribe the link is on my bio,” she continued.
The reality TV star recently launched a YouTube channel, Sbahle’s Visual Book, where she intends to be open and honest about all things Sbahle Mpisane. Launched less than a week ago, the channel has already gained more than 400 subscribers, and her first video has over 500 views already, despite her less than aggressive marketing.
Everything changed drastically for the starlet following the accident. Before it happened, she was the IT girl, making big waves. She had the money, the big career, all the fame, and a beautiful relationship.
But it all went south. We can all remember the heartbreaking moment when photos of the accident went viral, leaving us all horrified and terrified. Everybody feared for her life, and there was even some speculation of darker forces at work.
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Her relationship was among the things that did not survive the big change, and neither did her flourishing career. But her leg did, and for that, she is eternally grateful.
She recently had an interview with Toke Makinwa, in which she talked about how tough it was to cope with life post accident.
"The only awkward part about my accident was not being able to train, I am such an active person, so it was awkward with me being so active, it felt like someone turned off the main switch on my career and life," she said.
But luckily for her, she had an amazing support system, and she got through it all. We love to see her back on her feet, and cannot wait for the video to drop, and to see where her career goes from here.