Lundi: "I'd be a fool to go back to my previous life"
Lundi once had it all. And then fell from grace. The gospel star, who's had many failed comeback attempts, told Move that he's grabbed the latest chances he's been given. He said: "I think the difference this time around is that I do not go out of my way to try and convince people that I have changed. I let my actions speak louder than the words," he said, while insisting that he's turned over a new leaf.
Although he's been missing in action lately, Lundi told the magazine that show bookings have been coming. "These days my life is all about rehearsing and sleeping, something that I never got to enjoy before."
He says what fulfills him is seeing people noticing the improvement in his life and showing him respect as an artist. "In the past, people did not take me seriously because of all that was said about me. But after signing with this new record label, I sat down and did some introspection. My new manager, Anele Hlazo has also been good to me and he's been my pillar of strength."
The singer's new album titled My Testament is apparently selling well. "This is what I've always wanted and I can tell you that I'd be a fool to go back to my previous life."