Former Isidingo actress, Tema Sebopedi who played the role of a successful salon owner and wife, recently took social media by storm after it was announced that she had just split with her onscreen husband, Sechaba and left the show and it seems that her former role has caught up with her reality as she is still single. Although, Tema Sebopedi has never been married, speaking to Tumi Morale in a recent interview on SABC 3's WTF with Tumi, the actress unpacked her reasons for still being single: I've got trust issues, but also they find out if they are my type, they come there while they're steering wheels kissing the belly and I'm like, Why are you talking to me?
I think the fame actually attracts them and I think that what bothers me cause then they want to be around me, they want to show people that they're around someone who's a public figure. Sebopedi was adamant that she was looking to get a man and went on to describe her ideal mark saying that her standards were not far fetched as she also meet the same standards that she expects. Anyone who's lighter skin than me, cause i like that. God fearing, cause I'm God fearing, good looking, patient, because am patient, loving cause I'm loving.. I'm not gonna ask for impossible things, yes I'm a woman so I'd like to remain in the women role, you be the man, I'll be the women...I don't want to wear the pants, I want to be looked after.
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