Before leaving the station, Tumi expressed that leaving was not an easy decision, "It wasn't an easy decision. I'm actually broken. A lot of heart and a lot of brains went into this decision. It is probably the hardest decision I've ever had to make in my career. There's nothing harder than walking away from someone you still love and I am still very in love with Jacaranda FM and very in love with Martin Bester," she said at the time.
The star is finally coming back to radio, a couple of days ago, Motsweding FM announced that the seasoned comedian will be joining their lineup. Tumi will be hosting the station’s breakfast show Di Rage alongside Amon Mokoena. The show will air from 6am to 9am starting on the 1st of June.
Tumi is not the only star who just bagged a new radio gig. A couple of days ago, it was announced that Moshe Ndiki would be joining the Metro FM Drive show with Moflava. Taking to Instagram, Moshe made the exciting announcement:
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