Although her move to Atlanta offered a ray of hope and the promise of a better future, Neffe still found herself repeating the same mistakes and experiencing the same cycle of alcohol abuse and struggling to survive. In her new book, “The Price I Paid,” she takes you on a behind the scenes look into what her life was like when the cameras were not rolling. I had a chance to meet and talk to Neffe at her book release party at Tag’s Boutique in downtown Atlanta over the weekend and here’s what she had to say:
“People think that somehow being on TV is going to make you famous. But baby, let me tell you, that is not always the case. People think they know me, but they have no idea. I’ve read the blogs and heard the rumors about me and my sister not getting along and I just want to set things straight that this NOT true. God apparently has her going down one path and has me going down another. That’s all.”
Despite the rumors and the mistakes she has made in her past, Neffe still is determined to win. When asked what her plans are for the future, she shared that she wanted to start her own reality TV show and become an actor.
Life teaches us many lessons every day. The thing I admire most about Neffe is her will to fight and overcome any obstacles that may stand in her way. Her life is such an inspiration to anyone who is striving hard to succeed and achieve their dreams. If you believe in yourself and work hard at whatever you set in your heart to do, you will succeed. Your destiny is yours. No one can take it away from you.
by Danielle Leach, author of American Dreamer