'I didn't like what was going on.' Unathi Msengana on leaving Metro FM

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Unathi on Tuesday gave her first interview on CliffCentral since leaving Metro FM at the end of March.

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Speaking to Gareth Cliff she said of her departure: "I don't feel pressure and that is why I just left radio. I was on some 'I don't like what is going on right now and I am not going to put up with it anymore because I am great at what I do."'

She also mentioned that she felt the need to “bow out gracefully.”

She isn’t angry at the station’s management or hated them:

"There is a school of radio where we love each other and we are obsessed with radio and it is all we talk about."

And with life after Metro FM?

"I am ratchet! I am doing things that I never used to do. I love it," she said mentioning also that she loved staying up late now that she doesn’t have to wake up in the morning.

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