There was a Tshwanelo Lekhuleni (Twazzy)
Model, make-up artist, and fitness fanatic Twazzy is a multi-faceted professional. In addition to being stunning on the outside, the woman has two stunning daughters from her marriage to a man from West Africa. She is constantly posting pictures of her family on the internet.
For the sake of clarity, I'll call him Felix.
A Nigerian singer from the Yenagoa, Bayelsa state, T'Kinzy is Tshebeletso's husband. For his collaboration with Emmy Gee on the song "Shake Ikebe," he is a household name in Nigeria. A remix of Jub Jub Maarohanye's Ndikhokhele featured the singer as well as the rapper. For many years, the couple has been happily married, and they have two children. Aside from traveling and going on dates, the couple likes to post pictures of these experiences to their social media accounts. They also have residences in both South Africa and Nigeria .'s
It is Benson's name that is being referred to.
She is a mother, a wife, a content creator, and a fitness fanatic. It's been more than four years since Nwabisa wed her Nigerian husband, and the two have two children together. Everything required for a traditional wedding was completed, thanks to the couple's online documentation of the occasion. Guests in attendance included both sets of parents and grandparents. After all these years, the couple is still madly in love and constantly posts pictures of themselves together on social media.
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