South African DJ Ntombezinhle Jiyane, popularly known as DJ Zinhle, spoke about paying close attention to social media.


DJ Zinhle has revealed that she had to take a break from social media because it started affecting her mental health. She explained that the impact of social media on her mental health will be featured in her reality show – DJ Zinhle: Unexpected.

“I had to go into a space where I disconnected from social media because it was starting to affect my psyche [health]. I was getting more anxious. Viewers will see the obvious impact of social media on the show,” she told The Citizen.

This comes after DJ Zinhle was trolled on Twitter for her relationship with her ‘baby daddy’ AKA after she posted a picture of him on Father’s Day. After that, she was trolled for showing “fake love” for her friend AKA Nadia Nakai.

She said there was a time when she wanted to delete Twitter.

“But there was a time when I told myself to delete the program [Twitter] and get off social media because we’re at a stage in our lives where we’re building something special. I can’t let other things influence my mind, I’m accountable to a lot of people,” she continued.

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So can DJ Zinhle feature her kids on the show? She said she has no problem showing off her two daughters – Cairo Forbes, who she shares with AKA, and Asante Mohassana, who she shares with ‘husband’ Murda Bongz.

“I try not to complicate my life and do what seems natural to me. I respect people who keep their kids private, I really don’t have a problem with my kids being shown. If ever I feel uncomfortable, I hide them and hide them. But I really want to live an open and easy life,” she added

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