Masechaba Ndlovu has sometimes come under fire for being too vocal. Who can forget the backlash she received when she spoke of Babes Wodumo’s alleged abuse for the first time on her then Metro FM show? So when it was announced that she would be hosting BET’s local reality show, "The Big Secret," it came as no surprise.
"I was initially approached to do a screening for season one, which was hosted by Khanyi Mbau. A year later I was approached by Weldum Media who asked me to do another screening, however, I declined and they came back to me months later and I agreed and we are all here and very happy with the outcome of this marriage," she said.
Ndlovu said that although saying yes was not easy, she knew hosting "The Big Secret" would give her the opportunity to make a difference.
"My decision to host the show was well thought out decision because of the massive responsibility that the show requires. I knew that depending on my approach and how I treat this specific show it could either be frivolous or we could create a powerful show that has a great impact." she said.
On "The Big Secret" participants reveal their darkest secrets in their search to free themselves from emotional burdens. Confessors will divulge their secrets to Ndlovu and then come clean to family, close friends and/or lovers in a gripping final reveal.