As everyone probably knows by now, Rosemary Ndlovu had been making headlines on the social media streets for her alleged involvement in the killings of 6 relatives and her boyfriend, in order for her to get their insurance life cover payouts.
For the past week, she's been the topic of conversations amongst many South Africans because what she's accused of is something that's never been heard of in the country especially for a woman.
Also the antics she's been making in court didn't make her life any easier because people are currently trolling her, making a morkery out of her and on top of that, she's a meme now.
She was back in court again today but due to her nearly hitting guards last week, she was shackled so as not to pose any danger.
What surprised most people though, was the fact that she came in with a new hairstyle today from that one of last week when she was in court. See images below:
As yall can see, Nomia decided to come with cornrows this time as opposed to tying her ponytail like she did last week.
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