- Since Minnie Dlamini and Quinton Jones tied the knot in 2017, people have been asking if she's pregnant
- Her fans suspected she was pregnant when they saw her wearing a flowy dress at the SunMet recently
- Minnie Dlamini-Jones has begged her followers on social media to stop with the baby talk
Mzansi celeb, Minnie Dlamini-Jones has been defying speculations of her being pregnant since she got married to Quinton Jones in 2017.Her last red carpet appearance at the SunMet recently, didn't do her any favours either.
As soon as she posted pics of her wearing a gold flowy dress, her followers began the rumours that she was pregnant and so the congratulatory messages followed.
So Minnie took to Twitter to remind her followers just how insensitive pregnancy questions were.
Minnie set the record straight on Twitter, after yet another tweep asked her if she was pregnant setting off a thread of congratulatory messages for her and Mr Jones.
This was the post that started all the talking on Tuesday. Minnie was not making an announcement that she was pregnant, but it she swung that way.
She pleaded with her followers to trust in God's timing for the arrival of her offspring. She also warned them that it was insensitive for them to speculate on someone's pregnancy.
She said she knew that they all mean well but they don't know what she or her hubby goes through with all the unnecessary speculations.
So next time, we get the urge to be the first one to tweet a congratulatory message or even ask if someone is pregnant, in Minnie's words, "Let's think before you tweet".
Briefly.co.za reported on 5 interesting facts about SA's sweetheart, Minnie Dlamin-Jones, before she her rise to fame.
The self-styled "South Africa's Diamond" boasts over 2.5 million Instagram followers. Her Becoming Mrs Jones reality TV show was also one of the most watched in Mzansi. Her astounding fame makes it hard to believe that there was once a Minnie Dlamini before all the glamour.
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