Do these pictures suggest Phindile /Fikile is a submissive wife?
By AmandaJay | self meida writer
Published 22 days ago - 0 views
Phindile Gwala currently plays the role of Fikile on Imbewu and she bores me to death. She can't act to save her life, she did a great job as Nonny from Muvhango meaning she sh have been given a similar character.
I recently did a piece on her about her weigh loss journey and she is obviously using some products. If you are interested kindly go to her Instagram page to see for yourself. She is of course a happily married Zulu woman and they are literally serving us hot relationship goals. They sometimes go to the gym together meaning that they never get enough with each other's company they also go on baecations, matching outfits and all the works.
In these pictures she is wearing a traditional attire and bowing before her man when handing or giving him an object. Was this a pose for the camera or what she does also behind closed doors There was probably a function because Phindile does not strike me as a submissive kind of a woman.
What do you all think people, that this was an act for the camera.
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