Prince Kaybee's girlfriend leaves her fans speechless with her recent pictures.
By PennyM | self meida writer
Published 7 days ago - 0 views
We have been experiencing a heat wave for the past couple of days. It has stopped raining after weeks of experiencing the rainfall. The heatwave has resulted in people enjoying the pool. Some are dressed in their summer clothes.
Zola Mhlongo is one beautiful lady. The radio dj and musician always turns heads whenever she steps out. The Gagasi FM presenter seems to be enjoying her short hair. The fact that it suits her makes things even worse.
She has been serving different looks that absolutely go with her hair. She is currently rocking yellow shorts with heels on her recent picture. This one was suppose to be a fashionista with how she is always on top of her game."Take calculated risks and challenge yourself. There are valuable lessons to be learnt on your journey of growth 🤍".
Prince Kaybee definitely has an eye for beautiful women. We applaud him for choosing this beauty.
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