A look at what South African celebs do over the weekends

A look at what South African celebs do over the weekends

Just like all normal South Africans, celebs have weekend plans as well- maybe some are just much more luxurious than others.

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So, Briefly.co.za took a look at five of the most famous people and what they get up to over the weekend.

1. Bonang Matheba

Queen B spent her past weekend playing dress up with a stylist at the Four Seasons Hotel in Johannesburg.

“playing dress up. Styled by @kgosilesego”, she captioned the picture of herself in a stunning sliver outfit.

2. Minnie Dlamini

Mrs Jones spent her weekend looking at throwback images of herself. As Briefly.co.za reported previously, Minnie shared photos of herself while a matric pupil.

Prior to her trip down memory lane, Minnie had some beers with the boys.

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3. Boity

Boity partied it up in a fiery red dress at the 200th birthday of the Champagne Veuve Cliequot.

“Look at her! About last night... ❤️ : @themba_mbuyisa #VCRose200 #OwnYourThrone”, Boity captioned a pic of her beautiful dress.

4. Emtee

Rapper Emtee had quite an eventful weekend. The hustler had a gig before going home to hang out with his family.

Emtee posted a heart-warming picture of his son, with whom he played a little football.

5. Kwesta

The rapper had a fun weekend out with his boys. Taking to Instagram, he shared a snap of him and his mates.

“The boys.. Understand? @itsyangachief The other guy doesn't have IG.. Bab' Sibiya”, he captioned the pic.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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