Akhona Mbatha is a young girl from Johannesburg as her Twitter account claims, the girl has gone viral because of a video she posted that was supposed to warm up the heart of many. However, it turns out people were not impressed on Twitter and started firing at the dance lover whose intentions were not to harm. People continued roasting the tall girl and calling her by names, whilst others were trying to stand out for her. It's not secret Akhona's love for dancing is very big since her Twitter page is full of videos of her while dancing to Amapiano music. It turns out the girl has no parents because one of her posts revealed.
(Above is Akhona's pinned post about what she wishes to her late parents)
However, many hearts were left in regret with one of her posts that she pinned in her Twitter account, Akhona's post says "To make my parents in heaven proud with the dancing talent I have" with a few emojis.
See Twitter comments.
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