But she told the publication that she gets emotional every time someone mentions the depression rumours.
“I’m not ready to talk about my past experiences. I believe the media reports deprived me of my rights. Yes, I was going through a tough time but I’m not ready to talk about it now. Oh God, I’m so emotional,” said Noma.
“You know sometimes people think they have a right to bully or judge. The media, especially, feels it has a right to write about my experiences. This thing is similar to what happened to the grade 10 pupil in Limpopo, who ended up killing herself. She was bullied. It’s painful.”
Last year, Noma released a song titled Libhaliwe.
She said things were going well for her in music.
“My music is doing well. I’m not just singing but in business as well. I’m also part of the leadership of the Cultural and Creative Industry Federation of South Africa, which has the interests of South African artists at heart. I’m busy cooking some more music. I’m definitely in a better place now,” said Noma.
She refused to talk about the reports that her debut album was spotted selling at R5, insisting that’s in the past.
In other news – Nelli Tembe’s sister Palesa breaks
Today was the first morning the Tembe family spent without their beloved daughter Nellie. Taking to Instagram for only the second time since her sister’s untimely death. Palesa opened up about how much the family misses her.
The news of Miss Tembe’s passing broke last week Sunday in the morning, following reports that she fell from the 10th floor of a premium hotel in Cape Town. Learn More