Wonders never fail to take one’s breath away. Nota Baloyi exposes intimate moments in the bedroom with his estranged wife, Berita.
Berita’s life with Nota Baloyi after their marriage has been brought to the attention of the general public, as we can all agree. The two have been making headlines for a variety of different reasons as of late. Following the breakup of their relationship, their intimate moments in the bedroom appear to be flooding social media.
Not so long ago, the two of them were at Berita’s, but they have gone their separate ways since then. Despite the fact that their marriage appeared to be picture perfect, it ended in divorce after claims of domestic violence were made against Nota.
Berita has it that she finally gave up since she was subjected to both mental and emotional torture before she did so. She gives the impression that maintaining her calm is her first priority. Because of this, she decided to end her relationship with Nota.
However, it is interesting to note that the two have been engaging in antagonistic behavior toward one another via social media. In response to these ongoing battles on social media, Nota has been dishing the dirt on Berita. Mzansi is under the impression that Nota has been actively gushing about his separated wife on various social media platforms.
He hasn’t been tweeting as much or throwing as many barbs as of late, but he has been providing Mzansi with videos and photographs of the singer in her personal space. In the midst of everything that Mzansi left behind, he deviated from the ordinary throughout the course of the weekend by posting a video of himself and Berita sharing an intimate moment when they were in bed together.
Following the audacious thread on Twitter, several users of other social media platforms expressed their anger with the manner in which Nota conducted herself. Some people might even mockingly broadcast videos of their sexual encounters with other people. People speculated that he was emotionally upset by the breakup, which they believed to be the cause of his behavior on Twitter.
“Goodnight to everyone who hates me… Good night to all the women who are green with envy because of my wife. “Enjoy seeing her close the book on the timeline,” he wrote as the video’s caption.
After their disagreement, the two have been at the center of unwanted media attention for the wrong reasons. When the new week began, there were rumors going about that Nota Baloyi had reconciled with his wife Berita after they had been apart for three months.
However, both parties denied the allegations, with Nota spreading false accusations about his wife throughout social media and tarnishing her reputation. After moving out of their marital home, he went so far as to call her homeless and claim that she had nowhere to live. Berita refuted his claims by showing a beautiful view from her apartment, which she said was proof that she had somewhere to live.
Many people believe that Berita is one of the least problematic persons in celebville, and they believe that she did not deserve what Nota was doing to her because of this. Berita did not comment on the rumor that Nota’s wife had joined the Illuminati and was possessed by demons, but Nota did say that his wife had joined the Illuminati. However, his and her supporters sided with her and urged Nota to seek professional assistance for his mental health because they were convinced that he had lost his mind by this point.
This is the reason why Nota Baloyi aspires to be South Africa’s version of Puff Daddy.
When he makes a point, he consistently trends. He is either going to catch a lot of flak from South Africans for some of the things he has to say about hip-hop, or he is going to earn a lot of credit for saying what’s on his mind.
Because of his reputation for being outspoken, he is now recognized as one of the media figures in South Africa who is considered to be one of the most contentious.
Both The Orchard, a subsidiary of Sony Music Entertainment, where she serves as director, and SoFet Urbantainment, where she serves as managing director, are under the purview of Nota Nhlamulo Baloyi. His first job in the music industry was as a rapper, but he eventually transitioned into a management role and now works with other musicians.
When I was six years old, I bought my very first music collection, which featured artists such as Puff Daddy, Notorious BIG, and the entire Bad Boy family. It was then that I realized how much I loved music. When we were young children living in Soweto, we would learn rap songs by heart and rewrite the lyrics. After I had memorized the lines, I would grab an instrumental so that I could add my own flavor to it, and that’s how I got started rapping,” he explains to Drum.
It wasn’t until much later that he realized that music was something he wanted to make a career out of; up until that point, he was merely doing what other youngsters in the neighborhood were doing.
“I looked up to Puff Daddy as a role model, and one of my goals in life was to become South Africa’s version of Puff Daddy. My cousin Sticks was the first solo rapper in South African history to release an album before I entered the Hip-Hop game.
He was the first solo rapper to release an album. Over the course of my life, I have had the privilege of witnessing hip-evolution hop’s from a phenomenon associated solely with the United States to one in which South Africa is finally coming into its own musical identity. We have been able to be able to define a sound that resonates with people all around the world, such as the likes of HHP, and now we have Focalistic, which is a worldwide export from South Africa.”
Nota was the rapper Kwesta’s manager in the past. A time ago, the two of them made the announcement on social media that they were severing their working connection.
Since then, Nota has become well known for his controversial views towards other rappers, including Nasty, Cassper Nyovest, AKA, and Kwesta, amongst others. Recent reports suggest that he was involved in a violent altercation with the rapper Stogie T, which caused a stir on social media.
“There are a lot of individuals who are uncomfortable with the fact that I am a person with influence, and because of this, many people will do anything and everything to ruin my name and make it appear like I am a person who attacks people indiscriminately.
“My beliefs and values are pretty straightforward; for example, you can tell that I support elevating South African culture by looking at the types of artists with whom I collaborate. The only thing I have a problem with is European and American imperialism, which is destroying our culture and indoctrinating our children.
Within the realm of the music business, he is known as a tycoon, and he has been in the forefront of assisting artists in achieving their professional goals and ambitions.
“The most memorable moments of my professional life were negotiating Sho Madjozi’s record deal with Epic Records and accompanying her to the BET Awards, where she took home her very first prize in that category.
Another one of my personal career highlights would have to be Kwesta’s success at the South African Music Awards (SAMA). I had a significant hand in making that happen. Song in the Key of Love, the album that my wife recorded and for which she won a SAMA award, was executively produced by me. It was her first time competing in the SAMA awards, and she won against some of the continent’s biggest names.
Even though he may be fighting a battle outside, he is content in the knowledge that he is safe at home because he is married to the songstress and board member of the Recording Industry of South Africa (RISA), Berita. He also says that this makes him happy.
“The most important thing that my marriage has given me is the freedom from the need to seek affirmation from the outside world. It has brought me a lot of peace, joy, and fulfillment. Because I am surrounded by love and support at home, I am less concerned about my reputation because I am confident in the consistency of my character.