South Africans are turning Natasha's pregnancy into a joke after she posted her picture.
The people on social media are comparing Natasha's pregnancy to the world known singer Rihanna. Apparently Rihanna announced her pregnancy together with the baby daddy unlike the famous actor, Natasha, whom announced her pregnancy alone. Rihanna has her reasons for posting about her pregnancy on social media.
It is hard being pregnant in South Africa because you are facing a lot of things like witchcraft. Being pregnant is a blessing because you are carrying an innocent child inside of you.
It is funny how everyone is convinced that Lorch is the father of Natasha's unborn baby. You might be surprised.
Lorch scores 1 - 0 Natasha.
What if Lorch is not the father? Considering the way he played Kaizer Chiefs, the guy looked stressed.
Weather Lorch is the father or not, Natasha is still looking good with the pregnancy. She is glowing.
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