Khumo Is Not Feeling Safe


By  | Jul 29, 2021, 02:49 PM 

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Khumo Kgwaadira also known as Miss Geekays has taken to Twitter to share her anxiety about working from the office.

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Khumi who is a radio host, said she wishes she was working remotely because it is not safe outside there.

A lot of people have been experiencing so much anxiety about the increasing number of COVID-19 infections. Khumo recently shared that she was mentally exhausted. In a tweet, she shared that her job is tough as she is expected to be jolly on air even though she is going through a lot.

"Honestly my job is hard sometimes. Days where my heart is so heavy & I'm mentally exhausted, I have to drag myself to the studio, go on AIR, and sound so good regardless of how l feel. I survive by the grace of God"

Media personality Somizi Mhlongo recently shared that he was paranoid and feeling anxious about heading outside to shop for his essentials

“Hi family. Guys, I’m not OK. Anxiety, anxiety, anxiety is gonna be the death of us, literally! I’m not OK. I’m overly paranoid and there are new variants of the virus (almost) every single day,
“Guys, kubi! (it’s really bad) Like, I’m out here to buy essentials, and it's things I really, really need like medication and stuff and already I made sure I didn’t touch anything, see anyone. Someone was asking for a picture and I just walked away. I was like ‘not today, not ever! Not now, not soon. Like you never know,” Somizi said.

Numerous celebs across the country took to Twitter last week to slam the government for not swiftly securing vaccines for the country.

Marang Moloiswa Selolwane tweeted "We are dying, Vaccinate us, please! Young people are dropping like flies. We are dying."

A lot of our favorite celebs have also battled COVID-19 in the past couple of months and days. After testing positive recently, Charity Baaitse isolated herself and didn't celebrate her birthday well. In a tweet, she revealed that she was battling COVID-19 hence she had to quarantine and take lots and lots of medication.

Connie Ferguson's daughter Lesedi recounted her recovery journey after recently being infected with the virus.

"6 days ago I tested positive for COVID-19. I’ve had/have all of the symptoms and every day is different. Some days I’m strong, and other days I’m not. Today (12 July) is one of my stronger days and nothing says trauma response more than trying to make a serious situation a little bit laughable. The VID ain’t funny…. But my “tastecapades” are." She recently shared that she had recovered from the virus.

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