Masasa Mbangeni Shares How She Shot Her Shot With Her Partner. Love can be a very complex thing, especially when you are the one who is crushing hard on the other person. There two kinds of people when it comes to mjolo, those who shoot their shots no matter what the outcome maybe and those who hope to God that their crush will one day notice them. Actress Masasa Mbangeni just clarified which type she is and definitely admire her bold quality.
If there is anyone that we would listen to for love advice, it would have to be Masasa because judging her frequent tweets bragging about the queen treatment that she gets from her her relationship seems to be the most drama free. The former actress is currently involved with award winning screenwriter and producer Gwydion Beynon who is responsible for hit TV productions such as Muvhango, The River and Legacy.
Taking to titter, Mbangeni gave her followers some sound advice when it comes to dating. According to the actress, she encourages those who have caught the love bug to shoot their shot, and see what happens. Her healthy relationship is the perfect example of how great things can work out as she is the one who pursued Gwydion and the rest was history.
The Mzaliwam actress continued to testify that since taking the leap of faith, she has been the happiest that she has ever been in her entire life for the past 2 years. The moral of the tweet is one has nothing to loose by taking the first step and if it doesn’t work out, it’s not the end of the world.
“#LRT I’m a big advocate of shooting your shot . I shot my shot & two years later I’m in the happiest , healthiest, safest relationship I have ever been in my entire life . Shoot wethu! You won’t die” she wrote.
In a previous interview, the actress revealed that she had met her current partner more than ten years ago but they only started dating recently. Since healing from her last horrible relationship, the actress shared that she took the time to find herself and get to a point where she could give and receive love.
Followers then joined in the conversation and shared their own experiences of how they shot their own shots. Although many were success stories just like the actress, there were a few stories that ended in tears but also had us in stitches.