The likes of rapper and businesswoman Boity Thulo actress pearl thusi and thando Thabethe, are just some of the male female celebs whose booty snaps have gone viral and left man feeling some type of way. But can the ame be said about a male celebrity’s boity going viral and actually making straight men go gaga? Thats very highly unlikely!
One male celebrity who us actually managed to achieve that is influencer and the way ngingakhona reality star, innocent’ inno Matijane. The way ngingakhona is an entertaining reality show on moja love channel 157, based on the lives of 3 members of the LGBTI + community and inn is one of the cast members.
So it came as no support when the influencer posted a snap pf himself on social media which showed off his booty. Captioning it”peng tingz” inno left many of many male Twitter users go smacked. What followed were comments from a number of men who claimed to be straight but did not hide the fact that they would date the star. To say the comments were wild is an understatement
As an openly gay person, innocent has not had it easy. He opened up about the ville treatment he has been receiving from society because of his sexuality.
Last year he shared a video of an unpleasant encounter he had with a shop owner who refused to sell him cold-rink because he is gay; claiming it was against his culture to interact with Gay people. In the video,a raging inno had a back and forth with the shop owner and he threatened to take this incident to the authorities and the South African human rights commission(SAHRC)
however that and many incidents has never stopped one from living his life and to be true to yourself.
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