Nkabi is that you wearing skinny jeans, reacts Mzansi to Big Zulu
By FaithFezeka | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 6780 views
Mzansi react to seeing Big Zulu wearing a skinny jean. We have never seen Big Zulu wear a skinny jean since his debut in the acting and music industry.
he is known for wearing his gentlemen suit pants usually with a shirt or a sweater and gentlemen shoes called woods.
So when Mzansi first saw him wearing not only a skinny jean but also a jean jacket well no one could hold their opinions. After he had posted a picture of himself standing in a balcony captioned 'Sawubona ekhaya' meaning that he was in Durban.
One tweep wrote 'Lmao you ended up joining the skinny jean gang .' laughing faces.
And another one wrote ' Hhawu Nkabi nawe usungene uSkinny jean.'
it was definitely a surprise for all seeing him wearing a skinny jean but twitter didn't want to let it rest as they wrote about how it was that he was wearing a skinny jean. But anyway every one has the choice and freedom to do whatever they want and they also have the right to change themselves however they want.
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