- Scores of Mzansi social media users took to social media to manifest with successful media personality Boity
- The reality TV star and rapper asked her fans to tap in on Tuesday night during her manifestation period
- Tweeps shared with the TV presenter what they want to achieve in the next few years to come
Mzansi social media users took to Boity's comment section to manifest with her. The rapper and successful young businesswoman took to social media and asked her followers to manifest with her.
Peeps from all over Mzansi shared that they want a good life too with some saying they want big houses and to be financially stable. Taking to Twitter on Tuesday night, the reality TV star and media personality wrote:
"Manifestation period! Tap in!"
"I'm manifesting a 3 bedroom with 2 bathroom apartment, Boity, in a beautiful newly developed Estate bought CASH.... Andinacebo okwangoku ( I don't have plan currently) but from my mouth to the universe."
"Financial breakthrough. I have to give the woman that gave birth to me the life that she deserves."
"A permanent job for my elder brother or anything just to help him. Strength for me to continue fighting to uplift my siblings cause there is no me without them. I've seen how happy this makes my mother, she is even getting back to her normal self."
"I want a permanent job, a good paying one with benefits."
"A house and a lover."
Cassper Nyovest shares his secrets to success in video
In other entertainment news, Briefly News reported that Cassper Nyovest took to social media to share some of the secrets to his successful career. The rapper-turned-businessman has received a lot of negative comments since he dropped his new sneaker collection in partnership with Drip Footwear.
The Amademoni hitmaker shared that he uses all the negative energy and comments to his advantage. He shared that despite all the nasty comments about his 990s, they are still selling like hot cakes.
He took to Instagram recently and shared a video where he shares the secret to his success. According to TshisaLIVE, the musician said:
"Everything that I've touched turned to gold. I don't have a failed project to my name because I believe in myself and I believe in everything that I do."
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