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22 Dec 2021
9:55 am

WATCH: Faith Nketsi’s adrenaline rush December

Citizen Reporter

Faith Nketsi posted a video of herself jumping out of a plane, having the time of her life.

Media personality Faith Nketsi. Picture: Instagram

The reality star and socialite Faith Nketsi usually has tongues wagging because of her looks and personal scandals, but this December she has everyone’s hearts racing with her adventurous activities.

The Have Faith star posted a video of herself having the time of her life by jumping out of a plane, .

She wrote on Instagram: “We only live once, so let’s make the best of it and enjoy life to the fullest.”

The socialite who has millions of followers on Instagram managed to get a reality show on MTV in 2019. She thanked the channel for giving her the high-adrenaline experience.

Have Faith is on its third season and follows the life of one of South Africa’s most controversial personalities.

The latest season was pivoted as Nketsi’s most intimate and most honest. Viewers have been given a glimpse of her ambitions to take her career to the next level as she builds her ever-expanding empire.

Being an entrepreneur, she has companies in health and wellness, Fe Beauty Cosmetics and Feline Management, which is a brand development firm for social media.

Nketsi’s private life was recently splashed all over social media following cheating allegations, shortly after her boyfriend bought her a Range Rover.

Screenshots were shared on Twitter of a conversation with someone claiming they spotted the Have Faith star with another man.

Nketsi denied the claims saying her relationship was solid and took to her Instagram stories to explain that the photos were deceiving.

“We left together, we were together the whole night. I was upset hence I posted what I posted which was very childish, but please don’t come here and lie. It’s just so rude.

“This is just one thing that I’m not going to take when it comes to my relationship, please respect me. Don’t create rumours,” she said.

Compiled by Sandisiwe Mbhele