RHOD actress Slee offers insight into her ex’s behavior, noting that he’s not in control
#RHODurban star and ‘Uzalo’ actress Slee Ndlovu revealed she’s been dating her current partner for almost a year.
Real Housewives of Durban (RHOD) star Slindile “Slee” Ndlovu is head over heels in love.
The actress and businesswoman opened up about the mystery man in her life during an interview with SowetanLIVE, sharing that he allows her to be herself.
‘RHOD’ STAR SLEE REVEALS WHAT SHE LOVES ABOUT HER MAN
Slee told the publication that she has been in a relationship with her partner for a year.
“One thing I love about my man is that he allows me to be myself. He is very understanding and knows my love language… he’s also not controlling,” she said.
“I’m in a better space now. I am my own person who makes her own decisions. Whatever I own now is solely mine. I no longer worry that someone might leave me and take everything away from me,” she boldly adds. “I’ve learnt not to repeat the same mistakes I made in relationships or my business.
“I’ve also decided to never be a ‘kept’ woman ever again.”
SLEE ON FORGIVING ZUNGU
The Uzalo actress’ romance with her current partner came almost a year after her split from AmaZulu Football Club boss, Sandile Zungu.
According to Slee, the businessman had promised to marry her after six years together. However, following what she described as a minor argument, he left her and never returned. A couple of months later, Zungu tied the knot with his current wife, Nozipho Magubane.
During an interview with Lungelo KM on his YouTube podcast Engineer Your Life in August last year, Slee shared that she has forgiven Zungu.
“To be honest, I’ve never hated this specific person. I have forgiven… When I was going through it [the break up] I blocked certain individuals because I did not want to see what was happening in that space. I needed my own time to heal. I needed to disappear. But when I reappeared, I knew that I was ready. I had healed. I was ready to move on and tell my story and speak about it because I knew that I would be asked about it.
“So, I have forgiven and I have accepted the apology I’ve never received, which is okay. Sometimes you don’t need closure,” she said.