Change is good and when it happens we have to accept it. Over time and as people get older, people feel more comfortable and then decide to make small changes, perhaps to their body or even their lifestyle.
With these celebrities more clearly, there is always something new for them and especially for their bodies. But it's very logical, because for most of them the face and body is their hallmark, they should always be the best. However, it becomes difficult when you change so much that you are no longer recognized.
Busiswa Gqulu, born 8 November 1988 and popularly known as Busiswa or Busi, is a South African singer, songwriter, and poet. Born in Mtata, Eastern Cape, South Africa. After spending years as an underrated artist, she received public recognition for her role in DJ Zinhle's song "My Name Is" after being spotted by Kalawa CEO Jazmee Oskido.
A few months ago Busiswa embarked on a wonderful weight loss journey and the popular South African personel looked absolutely stunning at the beginning. However, fans are starting to think that now she might have done something totally wrong.
In 2020 Busiswah worked with South African Amapiano musician Gaba Cannal on the single Umhlaba Wonke. In the same year she released her third studio album, My Side Of The Story, which was composed of AmaPiano songs, with a move from gqom dance and sound to AmaPiano. The album was supported by two singles, "Sbwl," including Kamo Mphela [and "Makazi," in which she included Mr. JazziQ and for her efforts producing this album, she was nominated for Best Female Act at the MTV Africa Music Awards.
If two pictures of Busiswa before and after the weight loss journey are compared, it is clearly evident that something is wrong with Busiswa. She is now unrecognizable and fans and medai platforms are worried about her as they all try to get a hint of what went wrong with her weight loss program, because she Doesn't look like the old Busiswa that everyone fell in love with.
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