(Source: Twitter.com - @AdvoBarryRoux)
A few months back, a beautiful woman won the hearts of numerous people on social media for her incredible whistling skills. If you thought whistle is mostly used at sports events, then she changed the whole idea. As the lady decided to go to the grooves with a whistle and used it on the dance floor. What she used to do was use it whenever she was dance and made sure that it was in sync with her moves and even the song that was playing in the background. When she first came out with this idea in action, a lot of people thought she wasn't going to last that long in the entertainment industry.
However, it seemed like she had other plans with her life. Despite getting all the love and even h*te online, she still managed to do her thing and even allegedly made some profits off it too. This was an impressive way of having a rare income stream, but when she wasn't seen online, that's when some people wondered where she was and also, what happened to her. Oh well, there's amazing news as Ronei Solana has recently graduated at the University of Pretoria as she bagged herself a Bachelor of Arts degree.
Congratulations are in order for the Amapiano Whistle Girl as she has come a long way with her love for the entertainment industry. What's impressive is that the 21-year-old graduate has dedicated the whole journey to her late mother. "I dedicate this degree to my late mom. She has always wanted me to be a graduate. I don’t have a mother to pave the way for me in the entertainment industry. Education is the tool l can use to create opportunities for me. My degree is the only thing l can call my own," wrote Solana on social media.
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