Celebrities often seem like they have everything off their feet. Money,fame, talent, beauty are what most of us wish for,but becoming an international star comes with its downwards.
Almost all the celebrities have struggled with the pressure of fame at some point. The following list counts down celebrities who have thrown away a promising future.
See once upon a time, Nonhle was as big as Minnie Dlamini and Bonang Matheba today. Back in 2011 she was constantly on our radar when she has twitter meltdown. Soon Nonhle became synonymous with Sit and down boom.
Like his good friend Jabu, Steve was meant to be the next best thing on the South African football scene. With the high life temptations and the money knocking on his door, Lekoalea saidly saw his career and cash deminish as quickly as he could. At only 36 he would still be playing for Chippa United.
He was South African golden star, every boy dreamed of being and every girl wanted to be with and every mother's favourite son, a true brother. But fast forward to six years that is now an distant story. Zola 7 had it all, was massive, much loved celebrity but his career crashed so hard.
Veteran TV host, Vinolia Mashego's career hit hard bottom. Her career started as an actress for the famous sopie Generations. She was also a presenter on the famous SABC1 show, Jam Ally. She was known for her bubbly and fun personality. Now today she's known for being broke and unruly.
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