‘Idols SA Changed My life,’ Proverb Reveals’ (See Post)

Proverb mentioned, "The show has really changed my life, man. I came here as an unemployed rapper barely scratching the surface, and I leave the show as the co-executive producer, a successful host, co-producer of Idols Nigeria, a published author, and more."

‘Idols SA Changed My life,’ Proverb reveals' (See Post)-TSZ Mzansi
‘Idols SA Changed My life,’ Proverb reveals' (See Post)

Proverb, the well-known media personality, recently shared how “Idols SA” has transformed his life for the better. Notably, he serves as both the show’s host and co-producer.

As “Idols SA” enters its 18th and final season this year, Proverb expressed his sentiments about how the show has been a life-changing experience.

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Instead of feeling sad about its conclusion, he emphasized that the show has opened numerous opportunities for him.

Proverb mentioned, “The show has really changed my life, man. I came here as an unemployed rapper barely scratching the surface, and I leave the show as the co-executive producer, a successful host, co-producer of Idols Nigeria, a published author, and more.”

On Instagram, Proverb shared pictures of himself in his element on the “Idols” stage, accompanied by the caption, “The only way you’re going to be fulfilled is when you gave it everything you had.”

 

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His post received an outpouring of support and admiration from fans and followers, who commended him for his outstanding contributions throughout the show’s seasons. Many praised his unwavering dedication and energy as the show’s host.

Many others praised him in the comments area for a job well done over the course of the seasons. Some of them had the following to say:

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“You consistently offer your all. How do you manage it? I went to the play feeling depressed, but as soon as you walked into the theater, everyone started cheering and screaming. Since I felt so light when I left, I suppose it was the time I let all of my frustrations out. Uncle Verb, you are such a breath of fresh air.

“You never disappointed you did a fantastic job.”

 

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