“And so, I’ve dropped the mic… after 6 years at 5FM and 11 years in radio, this is it. Hardest day of my life but most beautiful,” wrote Thando Thabethe.
Thando Thabethe has thanked everyone that has been instrumental in her career.
“Thank you to everyone that has been instrumental in my career thus far. Tumelo Diaho, who picked up this 17-year-old girl from campus radio and thought she would be something, I owe you more than I could repay you, @shoeshanista @grantnash @timzunckel @aishamohamed5 for giving me a shot at 5 and for placing THE FIRST EVER FEMALE HOST ON DRIVETIME,” wrote Thando Thabethe.
“You are so progressive and your work will go on to change lives of many little brown girls that look just like me @djrogergoode thank you for showing me the ropes @durancollett @sibsmatiyela5 @benmatjiu @travisto I love you guys soooo very much.”
Thando Thabethe also took time to thank those that listened to her show, The Thabooty Drive.
“Mostly, thank you to everyone that’s listened to my show, thank you for your company, your time and all the love and support you’ve shown me, I’m nothing without you. #EverybodyLovesThabooty ❤️??…so excited for the next chapter ? my final show will be this Thursday… please tune in,” concluded Thando Thabethe.
According to reports, Thando Thabethe wants to put more time towards her acting career.
Thando Thabethe is a well-known face within the entertainment industry working as a radio and TV presenter, actress, MC.
“And was sadly probably not the most difficult decision to make!!! Sad loss for radio” wrote DJ Fresh.
“You kicked ass Mama, take a bow. Congratulations on the upcoming colossal move. We send light to your transition,” wrote Dineo Moeketsi.
“Congratulations on everything my angel. Hopefully, this isn’t the end of your radio career, and if it is, I know wherever you go you will shine. You inspire me, everyday angel ?,” wrote Minnie Dlamini.