With operators giving gigs to their friends, Kuli Roberts sobers over not getting due credits but rather looked on as if she had not contributed to the entertainment industry.
The actress and TV presenter said
“What has happened is they give gigs to their friends now, and there’s not much we can do about that,”
The actress and mother, started as an editor of Drum Magazine on Fashion and Beauty. She also played the role of columnist on Sunday World. As from 2004, she became a TV Host on SABC 2 until 2005. In 2008, she co-hosted for the second and third seasons on the SABC1 gossip show known as ‘The Real Goboza’. In 2010, she began hosting ‘Headline’ which was a show for celebrity gossip magazine till 2013.
Still in 2010, she was made TV Host at Mzansi Magic and later in 2012, she started co-hosting on Kaya FM. In 2013, she was one of the competitors in the sixth season of SABC3 reality competition which was called ‘Strictly Come Dancing’. In 2016, she was part of the group that headlined ‘Trending SA’, a daily talk show on SABS3
“I was doing me during a very white period, in this country and in the industry and it was fine. But now I’m doing me in this largely black environment and the blacks aren’t having it. I don’t think people give me my due credit, at all. It’s as if I never existed and I never did what I did in this industry”
The dedicated mother sounded really bitter as she said this.