South African actress, Sonia Mbele is popularly known for her role as Ntombi Dlomo on the SABC1's obsolete soap opera Generations. On Generations, Mbele played the wife of a marketing mogul, Sibusiso Dlomo (played by the late Menzi Ngubane).
They had a daughter named Christina on the show and their pretend family warmed hearts of many South African fans. As a result, most South Africans persist to this day, to call Sonia Mbele "Ntombi Dlomo."
On November 14, Mbele posted pictures on her Twitter account with the caption, "I ready said chest." In the pictures, Mbele donned a burgundy tank top with spaghetti straps. It appears to be cut from a velvet cloth and accentuates her busty chest indeed.
Upon publish of the post, fans posted an influx of comments complimenting Mbele on aging like fine wine. One user quote tweeted Mbele saying, "Long live Sonia. You're phenomenal, and aging like fine wine."
Another also concurred saying, "Aging like fine wine." It is clear that fans noticed something clearly visible radiating from Mbele's post; sheer beauty. Mbele has been on our TV screens for years now and it's delightful to seen fans show her love and appreciation in real time.
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