“Ntokozo Dlamini” Gomora Actor Ntobeko Sishi Shares His Inspiring Life Story

Gomora actor Ntobeko Sishi shared his inspiring life story with the hosts of the 959 Breakfast Show Dineo Ranaka and Sol Phenduka.

Sishi is popular for playing the role of Ntokozo Dlamini in the Mzansi Magic telenovela Gomora.

Ntobeko Sishi shared how he overcame adversity with the help of his aunt and uncle. He also revealed that he went through some mental health issues when he was young.

 

 

The Gomora actor revealed that his mother passed away when he was six years old. It was at that moment that his life turned for the worst as he had a bad relationship with his father.

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Sishi said:

My mom passed away when I was six and after that, I had this very bad relationship with my father, and things kind of fell apart.

Fortunately for Ntobeko Sishi his aunt and uncle welcomed him into their household with open arms. He said his aunt and uncle did everything in their power to make his life better. Sishi said:

My aunt and my uncle did everything that they could so I can be who I am today.

 

“Ntokozo Dlamini” Gomora Actor Ntobeko Sishi Shares His Inspiring Life Story (Image Credit: ZAlebs)

 

Ntokozo Dlamini from Gomora said there was a time he did not think he would be in school because he did not have the requisite documents but his aunt and uncle fought tooth and nail and he ended up at the best University in Africa. He said:

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There was a time when I didn’t know if I would be in school because I didn’t have a report card or a birth certificate. They fought for me, they really did. I ended up at the best University on this continent.

Apart from sharing his inspiring story, Ntobeko Sishi also revealed that he is passionate about music. He is gearing up to release an EP. Sishi said his music is inspired by the things that he goes through. He said:

A lot of the stuff I write about is stuff that I have been through. Break ups, being in love, falling out of love. I dealt with some mental health stuff when I was younger. I’m honest about some of the feelings I’ve felt in my loneliness.

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