Khanyi Mbau and her "Dubai bae" Kudzai Mushonga are in love after rekindling their relationship earlier this year.
Kudzai took to Instagram to share a video of him passionately kissing Khanyi, who appeared to be a woman in love.
"My love," he wrote.
This follows the couple's dramatic Dubai saga earlier this year, when Khanyi abruptly returned to Johannesburg, leaving her boyfriend worried.
Khanyi addressed the issue during her acceptance speech for Drama of the Year at the 13th annual Feather Awards, saying that while it was a social media laughingstock, she felt Kudzai had normalized men being more expressive.
"It's not an insult; it's recognizing your own value. My path has shifted since I first entered the industry. I used to be a kept woman, but I worked my way up to becoming a woman who keeps others. "When this happened, I was empowering the young little girl who is a slay queen and says to Khanyi, 'I want to travel the world like you,'" she explained.
"I'd like to dedicate this honor to Kudzai." He's shown men that it's okay to be strong in the face of adversity, to be remorseful on social media, and to look like a fool. And demonstrate to men that it is acceptable to express emotion and to demonstrate how much you love a woman. I don't think it's a joke. In some ways, our relationship lost its status, but if you look at it, a boy of 28 has shown men what men are capable of fight for the woman you love. That's the new trend.”
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