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CELEBRATING LOVE WITH NTSIKA & ZANDI

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Deborah Anapol  from Love Without Limits says love is a force of nature. However much we may want to, we cannot command, demand, or take away love, any more than we can command the moon and the stars and the wind and the rain to come and go according to our whims.


We may have some limited ability to change the weather, but we do so at the risk of upsetting an ecological balance we don’t fully understand.
Similarly, we can stage a seduction or mount a courtship, but the result is more likely to be infatuation, or two illusions dancing together, than love.


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Love is bigger than you are. You can invite love, but you cannot dictate how, when, and where love expresses itself. You can choose to surrender to love or not, but in the end, love strikes like lightning: unpredictable and irrefutable.
Ntsika Gamedze, who is a God fearing young businessman and a Gospel rapper also known as N.T.Geez, takes GCWALA into his love nest with Zandi Hlophe.


 Their love is one of the best love stories written by the hands of their devotion and commitment to each other. They met in  2017 at a mutual friend’s party the rest became history for them.

Who is Ntsika?
Ntsika is a God fearing young businessman and a Gospel rapper also known as N.T.Geez. Humbled and reserved guy from Bulunga who stays at Ezulwini

What does love mean to you?
Love is commitment to me. It’s not just a feeling because feelings change but promises are to be kept.

Do you believe in Valentine’s Day and why?
Not rely but I celebrate it because my love believes in it. I am supporting my partner because she also goes with me to some of my gigs even though I know very well that she doesn’t like it.

How did you meet your partner?
We met at a mutual friend’s birthday party at Mdzimba view, the rest became history.

Why do you love her?
Iyoh! She is everything I ever wanted, she is reserved, respectful, fears God, beautiful, business minded (she is a business lady by the way), independent and has a pure heart. She compliments me.

Name one body feature you like on her and why?
Her big eyes, because they alert me when she is thinking about something.

 What advice can you give to couples out there?
Keep it real, don’t fake anything to gain each other’s attention and do not compare your relationship to any other couple. Do what makes you happy as a couple and involve God in your relationship.

Name one habit your partner has that you don’t like?
She wants me to talk forever whereas, I want us to chill quietly sometimes.

Do guys also have a checklist on the type of girls they want?
Yes, however, I can’t speak for every guy, but as for me yes, there is a checklist. Mine is, dreadlocks, good physic and God fearing.

Who is Zandi?
I am a simple, humble, hardworking and loving person. I can safely say I am an open book.

What does love mean to you?
Love to me means respect. I believe that’s very key to every relationship, I am not an expert, but it has worked for me.

Do you believe in Valentine’s Day and why?
Yes, a big yes. I might sound a bit too much , but during Valentine’s Day I get to see how much my babe appreciates me.

How did you meet your partner?
I meet him at a friend’s party at Mdzimba view. To be honest with you, I really thought it was one of those flings, but look at us now. I am happy.

Why do love you him?
I love  him  because he’s  loving  ,caring  ,God fearing and  he  respects  me. I love everything about him with his imperfections.

Name one body feature you like on him and why?
Good Lord, I love his dark beauty. Even though some people say he doesn’t look Swati, LOL.

What advice can you give to couples out there?
Respect and respect, I don’t know how many times should I emphasise on that. Most importantly people shouldn’t try copying what other couples are doing; it will never work like that.

Name one habit your partner has that you don’t like?
He sometimes keeps quiet a lot yiiih loko angikutsandzi  mbamba!

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