After having awards stolen from her townhouse in a recent break-in, Afropop sensation Zahara, whose given name is Bulelwa Mkutukana, faces another hurdle as creditors of the residence in Roodepoort, west of Johannesburg, could put it up for auction. People believe that her drinking problem is the one that is leading her to such situations and it would be much more better for her to go back home and start afresh. Previously there was a video that was trending where she was seen busy dancing on the streets while drunk and made a lot of people very concerned about her, because she is a public figure and she shouldn't be doing anything or embarrassing or ruin their reputation in the eyes South African citizens.
The worst part is that she was dancing to music and singing for herself which made that whole video of very funny and to some who care about her they became even more worried as they thought that she could be experiencing some serious problems. Being a public figure is not an easy thing because everything that one doesn't always displayed on social media, which is not easy for some people to take in and that is why we find out that some of them even go as far as taking their lives. Which is what people do not want and that is why they choose to notice the little things that they do so that they can be able to get help for them. Therefore instead of trying to brighten celebrities using media we must try and understand that they are also human beings and try to help them whenever we say that they are not okay. It is understood that some of these things are not easy to tell someone, but it's like most people are just telling the truth by saying she should just go back home for a while and relax maybe she'll be fine with time.
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