It is true when they say that it needs someone with a big heart in the entertainment industry. Many people have normalised dragging and bullying celebrities who are in the spotlight out of their looks and the way they behave.
Many celebs, especially in South Africa, have complained about being bullied on social media and some have opted for a method of blocking the bullies. There's been a thread doing the rounds on social media of people joking about old photos of celebrities and how they look now. Many people have used celebrities' old photos to find a sense of humour.
Celebrities such as Khanyi Mbau and Kelly Khumalo have been made fun of their looks back then compared to how they look currently. Many celebrities did not look the way they do now because of a lack of money and the affordability of purchasing skin care products.
However, even though some of the celebrities have obtained skin lightening treatments, some of their looks have drastically changed due to their lifestyle and affordability. You too can live a lifestyle that enhances beauty.
4. Somizi Mhlongo
It is indeed true when they say that many people are not glowing, not because they are ugly, but simply because they do not have money. Celebrities like Makhadzi, Pearl Modiadie, and Bonang Matheba are examples of how with money you can look a certain way.
Money is good and everything indeed. There is nothing that money can literally do except death. In this article, the author has collected the photos of South African celebrities before and after fame. Take a look at the pictures below.
Who do you think have transformed in a way that is unrecognised? Who do you also think has drastically changed? Drop your comments below and do follow us for more updates.
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