I Feel No Pity For Young People Who Want Things Done For Them- Sesame Mosweu
Radio presenter and entrepreneur Sesame Mosweu has always been a very opinionated person and always speaks her mind. This time around Sesame shared how she feels no pity for young able bodied people who want things to be done for them.
A lot of young people often complain about lack of jobs and how disadvantaged they are and how the government is not doing nothing to help. Despite all the challenges there is always something one can do to make their lives better.
Sesame adviced the youth to work hard and not expect success to land on their laps.
“I feel little or no pity for young able bodied people who want things to be done for them, I have a cousin who lived in Kanye, he applied for YDF and waited for a very long time, in the meantime he washed cars to pay rent and buy food, when YDF came through he never looked back, now he is into construction. I know another young lady who taught herself how to make clothes specifically german prints for bagolo and embroidery, she worked for someone else until she saved enough to buy her own machines, she has an infant and a toddler and she lives with them with no support from baby daddy, now she is so busy she cant even have a rest day, another guy I grew up with in Mogoditshane washes shoes, they look brand new after he is done with them, another young lady failed form 5 and said she wants to do my laundry (among other clients) on Sunday so she pays to re-sit some exams, she is now in varsity year 2, so I feel nothing for you. Life and the world owes you NOTHING. I had to work 3 jobs and law school at the same time to get started, people work out there, don’t be fooled by the fancy photos and the lies you are told, when you see the success there is decades of graft behind it. Gape if the success landed on your lap without the graft, you wont handle it when it arrives.” she shared on social media.
Sesame worked at Yarona FM since she was a university student and is now a business woman.