The ANC has been going through a lot lately and needed something to brighten up their day.Apparently Boy Mamabolo had gone back to his home town in Seshego to tie the knot with his wife and exchange vows.But South Africans noticed that Boy Mamabolo was not okay on his day.
People claim that he looked all stress out and seemingly worried about something else.
It is clear that South Africans will always notice something that is out of line and not be good part.Again, they claim that Boy Mamabolo was wearing the same "Mr perfect wedding" suit.That really caught the attention of many people and believe that could be reason Mamabolo was looking worried.Boy Mamabolo had to exchange vows with his wife yet his face looked worried and people noticed it.
It got them worried since it was suppose to be his day to be jolly yet he looked stressed out.
What do you think could be the reason Boy Mamabolo looked all stressed out on his wedding day? Share thoughts!!!
Source: Updates With LolaM
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