WATCH | TT Mbha celebrates surviving Covid-19

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TT Mbha has tested positive for Covid-19.
TT Mbha has tested positive for Covid-19.
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Reality TV star and real estate  mogul TT Mbha has tested negative for Covid-19 and he couldn’t be happier.

Last month the Living the Dream with Somizi star took to social media to reveal he’d contracted the virus.

“I just thought I should share this message, hopefully it'll help someone out there. I've just tested positive for the coronavirus . . . I don't know where I got it, it must've been at one of the meetings but I'm fine,” he wrote.

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And on Sunday last week, the businessman took to Instagram to share how he was doing and that, after being in self-isolation for 14 days, he is showing no symptoms of the virus. However, he was still going to go get tested and make sure that he is cleared.

“I am doing quite good. I am on day three of having zero symptoms at all,” he said.

Taking to Instagram once again yesterday, TT announced that he has tested negative for the virus and revealed that in 2014 he had meningitis and overcame it just like he did Covid-19.

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“I tested positive on June 24! My mental, emotional, spiritual and physical strengths were all put to the ultimate test of survival! I tested negative on July 9. By the mighty and unshakeable grace of God, I survived meningitis in 2014, and in 2020 I survived coronavirus!” he wrote.

He ended his post by encouraging those going through their recovery journeys to stay strong and hopeful, and he also thanked everyone who prayed for him as he was fighting the virus.

 “You can, must, and will be a coronavirus survivor too! I thank you all for your prayer[s].”

See his post here:

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