Nomuzi “Moozlie” Mabena confirms split from her long-term boyfriend, Sbuda Roc. The news of their break up came as a surprise to their fans as the two were together for 8 years. During an interview with Zingah on Choppin It With Buddha T’s podcast, the rapper says she is single but seeing someone.
“I’m a bad bi**h… That’s all you need to know. I’m actually single. But I’m seeing someone. He is nice, I like him. There is a relationship and there’s seeing someone. I was in a relationship for a very long time. I was in an eight-year relationship,” she said.
Speaking of why she let go of the relationship, Mooz said, “Cause I’m bad like a Barbie. Life happens and that’s okay. I will always love my dude, we did amazing things. It was great. Iconic. We went crazy, But I’m a bad bi**h.
“Between you and me I’m not really an on my own kind of person. On my own, I’m going to go crazy. The thing is I’ve been a bad bi**h like I will have a boyfriend and still serve you a**, sexy, and twerks.”
Watch the full interview below:
Source – Fakazanews
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