|| Wednesday, 17th of August 2022 || Celebrities || Entertainment || African || Popular tweets || Black Twitter || Natural Beauty || Actresses || Zimbabwean ||
Recently a popular influencer known as Khutso instantly went viral after he posted a interesting tweet about a Zimbabwean actress who was once a South African trending topic. He tweeted ''This lady once played us'' along with amazingly captured latest photographs of Chi Mhende looking absolutely stunning.
Charlene Chiedze 'Chi' Kudzai Mhende is a Zimbabwean actress, director, super model, brand ambassador and voice over artist famously known for her previous role as 'Wandile Radebe' on Generations. The lady was born on the 19th of October 1991.
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Content Source : https://twitter.com/itsKhutsoR94/status/1559523484912570368?s=20&t=ywwffujWk4KQd_-QYRUM7w
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