Sadie made the decision to move to the UK early 2015 and has kept her South African fans in the know-how about her life through her personal blog.
In her blog, she speaks about her life since moving and also said that at times she still gets homesick. Since leaving South Africa, Sade has ventured into photography, videography and is a co-owner of a full-service digital media production agency in London called Chains Digital.
The former YOTV presenter has since settled in really well from when she first moved to London and we think we know why. Sade has been posting some really sweet snaps on her social media showing off the lady in her life and no lie, she looks all loved up.
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Sade and Coco are unashamedly happy in their relationship and though coming out wasn’t difficult for Sade, for some people it’s not easy to be true to who they are. We are happy for Sade and are excited that she has found love.
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Happy #NationalComingOutDay 🌈 To all my brothers and sisters out there who have had the courage to come out, hello and hi 👋🏽 I salute you, as I know how hard and terrifying it can be. I suppose most people knew I was a lesbian before I needed to say anything 🤐😬 I came out to my father when I was 19. Or more so, he was told by others and said he needed to ask me a question and I just answered "yes" before he could even ask because I knew what the question was going to be. I remember he was so shocked and angry, even though I had had my 1st GF by this time, whom had been in our house many a time looking gay AF 😂 He knew, he just didn't want it to be true. The guy used to tape Bad Girls for me and help me put up my massive Angelina Jolie posters - he knew! 🙃🙄 Publicly, well, a certain reporter who at the time worked for a certain magazine, beat me to my own public coming out party. I took it in its stride, well kinda. Actually, no I didn't. I was well pissed. That was my party not hers. It was my choice to stand on a soapbox and tell the public, not hers. I was about to start SYTYCD and for a moment I did fear losing my job before it had even started, because back then, there weren't many out lesbians on S.A TV. Hold up! How many are there now? 🤔 Anyways. There was a possibility that this could have 'ruined my career'. My father feared the same thing, more so he feared for my safety. Correctional rape had started to rear its ugly face 😠 It didn't ruin my career and I was in fact one of the lucky ones to have remained safe! Everyday I'm thankful for this 🙏🏽 A lot of LGBT people around the world aren't as lucky as I am. So to those who refuse to hide in the shadows, you're the bravest people out there! 👭👬 For those who are too fearful to come out, of course you are, the world is filled with people who refuse to understand. But, I will say this, find the courage one day within yourself so you can be true to you. There is nothing more freeing! You are not alone, always remember that. As the LGBT community around the world continues to grow (publicly), so shall we continue to work at making it easier for people to come out on the daily! #betruebeyou #lovewins
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