Media personality Somizi Mhlongo said that although it was difficult, she tried "October" through a video posted on Instagram on Saturday, October 9.
Like dry January, October encourages people to give up alcohol for a month. Sober October 2014 started as a fundraiser for Macmillan Cancer Support, a UK-based charity that helps people with the disease.
Somizi Mhlongo announced in an Instagram story that he will try it in October even though it is difficult. He said his sugar intake had been much higher since he tried to abstain from alcohol.
“So I am October 9th. I decided to be sober for the month of October, wish me luck, it's tough. I went out yesterday, no, it's difficult. I had a Red Bull, I had Coke, I had passion fruit, wow, sugar, ”he said in a video. “People who don't drink can do a lot, but they still wish me luck,” she continued.
Somizi said he had two thoughts in mind when recording the video. One was her October update, while the second was how much she adored "lustful" women. He encouraged these women to keep loving themselves and their bodies because he loved it too!
“I have seen many beautiful women of all shapes and sizes, comfortably dressed. But what caught my eye and what caught my eye were the tall women
Voluptuous women who owned it, who looked so sexy, and I see that it is becoming a trend now; The ladies don't stop. Be the owner, the body happens once, forget about everything else, ”said Somizi.
“I see you on Tik Tok with all the criticism and everything, you own it. Please don't even do it for yourself, but do it for kids who are bullied at school for their weight. I love it, ”she continued.
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