Nomakula She was a South African fashion and beauty tabloid journalist, television host, author and actress. Kuli Roberts was Reality television show What Not To Wear, as well as Trending SA, made her a household name in South Africa, where she worked as a presenter and a pundit. People speculated that she had been ill or was suffering from stress-induced weight loss.
Sophie Lichaba, formerly known as Sophie Ndaba, was born Sophie Mphasane in Johannesburg, South Africa. On Generations, she portrayed Queen Moroka. In 2016, she served as a special guest judge for the Miss South Africa 2016 finals. After she lost weight, she was accused of being HIV positive.
Unathi Nkayi, a South African who was born on November 6, 1978 in Grahamstown, Eastern Cape, is now 43 years old. She is known for her role as a judge on a talent program in South Africa. In Grahamstown, Unathi was raised by both of her parents. As a result of her weight increase following childbirth, she became the target of body shaming. Her weight loss adventure began, but despite her success, she continues to be body shamed and told she is now too thin.
Mampintsha is a musician and producer from Umlazi, South Africa. It's also worth noting that he's the creator of the band Big Nuz. The Kwaito hits that Mampinstha has produced throughout the years have made him a household name in the country. A lot of people started talking about karma and stress dealing with him once he started exercising and losing some weight.
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