Actors Salamina and Tshepo “Howza” Mosese have been married for 15 years and have managed to keep their marriage away from the spotlight. In a recent episode of Defining, the pair were guests and shared how they defined their intimacy and dealt with working in showbiz.
Dealing with On-Screen Intimacy
On the episode, Salamina and Howza shared how they felt when they saw one another being intimate with other people on screen. They revealed that they stopped acting for a while because they had to find a solution to what they were facing.
“We went through a period where we both stopped acting because we didn’t want to have acting jobs that required us to have on-screen relationships. After that period, it was our healing time and a time to find ourselves in the relationship. After that, we were OK because we needed to grow into our marriage, and I’m so glad we did that for ourselves because we didn’t pretend it’s not hard,” Salamina said.
Celebrating Their Love
When they were celebrating their 13th anniversary, Salamina and Howza took to their social media accounts to gush over each other. The former Scandal actor took to Instagram to appreciate his lovely wife, writing, “I’m the luckiest man on earth to be celebrating 13 years of unconditional love with you Nana. May God continue to reign supreme in your heart dear. Loving me the way you have has brought healing to my once broken soul. You’re my everyday miracle Matumelo. I love you forever kiddo.”
Salamina also sang her man’s praises in her heartfelt message to her husband. “Celebrating 13 years of marriage with my bestie, my forever foot warmer, o-cuddle buddy, fellow spooner, Papa wa Tumi le Thato, my forever scary movie partner, my private serenader, favorite plus one and one of the funniest people I’ve ever met. 13 years down nana. Forever to go! I love you hard!”
Salamina and Howza have navigated the challenges of working in showbiz while maintaining a strong and loving marriage. They have been open about their struggles and have taken steps to prioritize their relationship.