Jessica Nkosi was forced out of her house by nasty period pains. The Isibaya actress who recently revealed that she is leaving the soapie actually talked about one sensitive issue that most of us tend to neglect or actually avoid it. The fears of going out during this covid-19 season.
Jessica took to Instagram to share that her sister has horrible period pains, as a result, she has to go to the pharmacy and she can’t help but panic.
“So I have to leave the house right now, my little sister has the worst period pains. I know how bad they can get because I also have bad period pains. We were told that if you have a baby girl they disappear but they’re lies they tell.
“Anyway, that’s just a side note. Who else feels like they’re literally going out to the lion’s den every time they are to leave the house, uba novalo kancane and you prepare. You have your mask, your gloves, your hand sanitiser.
“I’d rather not just be out and fortunately, I don’t have to touch a trolley because the trolleys drive me nuts. I get so paranoid I just don’t want to touch one. I just have to get her tablet and meds then come back, wish me luck, Jessica Nkosi said.
Phew, I’m glad to hear that I am not the only who feels paranoid and scared of going out. The actress just made me feel a lot better. Personally, we’ve run out of bread at home but I can’t face the fear of having to endanger my life simply because of 18 slices that we can do without.
How about you Surge, readers, do you also feel paranoid, are you still going out during this season, or taking extreme precautionary measures?
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