Milicent Makhado: you have to bury the past so that you can live the present and the future in peace

Milicent Makhado: you have to bury the past so that you can live the present and the future in peace

Milicent Makhado is best known for her breakout role as Agnes Mukwevho on SABC 2’s Muvhango. The actress and artist launched her YouTube channel over two years ago.

Milicent Makhado: you have to bury the past so that you can live the present and the future in peace

the beginning of the channel was tons of hits and misses, but it seems that Makhado has now found her own sort of presenting content on her channel. Her latest episode on her channel sees the star speaking about breaking out of an abusive relationship- specifically how she got out of her own abusive marriage.

The actress has never really shared the identity of her first husband who she alleges she faced abuse from. All we all know that marriage is that she finally left the unnamed husband in 2012 after she believed that she would never leave the wedding. But eventually, she did and therefore the latest video gives her fans and followers a touch insight on what was the needle that broke the camel’s back and had her packing.

One thing that her story showcases are that it’s possible to seek out real and healthy love after freeing yourself from a toxic and abusive relationship. Millicent is currently married to her second husband, Jabulani Chauke. The couple features a single child between them, with Millicent bringing two children from her previous marriage. The star neither shares her husband or her children on her social media pages. On Instagram, she seems to possess gotten the memo that each one you give is soft-life moments.

However, on her YouTube channel is where she lets us a little more into her family life. Her children she credits as her “young content creators” for her channel. Millicent explained that the team of 4 is behind the camera ensuring that it’s rolling, that her sound is on point, and manages to snap a couple of pictures of her too. The presence of the young children behind the lens may additionally be the rationale that she didn’t enter detail when describing what really happened during her first marriage.

With her channel slowly garnering traction and Millicent letting us into her world little-by-little, we will only hope that she continues to breathe life into the channel and continues to delve into sensitive topics. YouTubers love an honest heartfelt story, the way to cook and bake is nice and cute. But most of the people who sit and invest in watching channels watch it for the important tea, because television wouldn’t dare go that far into what really happened.

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