According to Miss Vimbai, such ladies should stop lying to young girls and also stop giving terrible advice about how to build this or that. She further said, that if your business hasn’t made at least N20m turnover per annum, please just book a seat in the audience and pay attention to those who have done it.
Her Instagram post read;
If your expensive handbag is a gift, that’s ok. If your first luxury car was a gift from hubby that’s great. If you travel in luxury courtesy of bae that’s cool too. If your talent is social media, embrace it and earn off it. BUT please stop lying to young girls about how hard you have worked, and giving terrible advice about how to build this or that and how to be successful in business or have a high flying career. STOP IT!! If your business hasn’t made at least N20m turnover per annum, please just book a seat in the audience and pay attention to those who have done it. There is no shame in it and it doesn’t make you any less of a respectable woman. Making it in life begins with harnessing your truth 👌🏾#TableShaker#MondayMotivation#MoreProfitsLessPackaging
Miss Vimbai, the Zimbabwean ebony beauty who has been in the spotlight ever since she made her debut on the huge reality platform which propelled her career in the way she had envisioned for herself. This media girl, popularly known by her brand name Miss Vimbai went on to host and become the executive producer for entertainment and lifestyle show Star Gist on Africa Magic right after her departure from the Big Brother House, her career only skyrocketed from that moment onwards as she hosted the Africa Magic Viewer Choice Awards alongside with IK Osakioduwa in 2013 and has gone on to becoming a major influencer and personality in the media and entertainment industry.
Miss Vimbai who shuttles between South Africa and Nigeria is a strong contender in the media industry. She currently boasts of her production company Mambo Media which has done work for big brands such as BET Africa and Heineken. In this interview with the GL team, she talks about the opportunities of the Big Brother platform, her undying love for Nigeria, her love life as well as her career and opinions on societal issues facing the African continent.