South African women are praising these 3 celebrities for representing them. These 3 ladies found themselves trending on social media this month. And we have to give it to them for this.
1. Khanyi Mbau
Khanyi trended because she left her man Kudzai (who is a rich business man) in Dubai. She told him she was going to the salon and he had him drop her off there only to take a flight back to South Africa. Kudzai went on Instagram and was in tears for Khanyi. He made a 51% shareholder in a company in Dubai and he paid her for her daughter's fees.
Sithelo Shozi and her partner Andile Mpisane who is a rich business welcomed baby number 2.She had already gave birth to her baby but she still trended for a reel that she posted. In the video she can be seen with a black Ferrari and pregnant.
3. Faith Nketsi
Faith posted on Twitter that she received a Land rover for an anniversary gift. It is revealed that the land rover is in her name. Her boyfriend being a business man as well.
Well these 3 women made South African women wishing they had a man like these 3. We not to say that there is no love involved, or that they are using their men for money. These 3 beautiful women are lucky! And it is nice to be spoilt and appreciated once on a while. Leave your comments on what you think of this.
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