Faith Nketsi Net Worth 2021 and Life story

Faith Nketsi net worth

What is Faith Nketsi Wealthy?

Faith Nketsi is a South African influencer, model and entrepreneur with a net worth $1 million. Which is equivalent to R14 million South African Rand. She is well known for being a member of a dance group called “Pro-Twerkers”. After she left the group she became a model and social media personality.

Early life and career

Faith Nketsi was born on 8 December 1994 (age 26) in Johannesburg, South Africa. She started her career when she was 16 years old. Nketsi gained media attention when she was part of a girl hip hop dance crew called the “Pro-Twerkers”. She appeared in the music video of Cassper Nyovest’s single, “Tito Mboweni.”

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On 30 July 2018, she launched ‘Get Snatched’, a diet and workout programme.

In November 2019, Nketsi starred in her own reality show called “#HaveFaith” which premiered on MTV Africa in South Africa, making her the first woman with her own reality show on the channel. Nketsi has over 1.3 million Instagram followers as of December 2019.

Faith Nketsi net worth
Faith Nketsi

Nkesti has launched her own music career in 2019, working with DJ Maphorisa. Her first EP, Disrespectful, has seven tracks and is produced by Blaqboy Music.

Faith Nketsi net worth

How much Faith Nketsi Worth? Faith Nketsi’s net worth is estimated at around $1 million as of 2021. She is also a social media influencer and has accumulated 1.9 million followers on Instagram. She is one of South Africa’s most popular influencers.

Controversies of quitting music

Nketsi, who shot to fame under the moniker ‘Queen Twerk’, had a chat with The Citizen’s Entertainment Round Up team about season two of her MTV reality show ‘Have Faith,’ her music career and the future of her cosmetics company Fé Beauty.

“When it comes to music, I… You know, I don’t think so. I definitely don’t think it’s something I have the patience nor the time to do. I think my focus is more on different things.

“You know, I’m still young, I can still decide that I want to be something else. It’ okay, but it’s better to experiment than to never have done it at all,” she added.

Luckily, Nketsi does not seem to be phased by the bullying.