- Pearl Thusi's role as interviewer was reversed by local magazine, Good Housekeeping SA
- Instead of asking the questions, she was grilled by her two daughters, Thando and Okhule, in a YouTube video
- Pearl had to answer some really burning questions that have been on her daughters mind for a while now
Pearl Thusi’s daughters, Thando and Okhule, had the opportunity to put their mom in the hot seat and grill her in a rare interview.
Being a TV host herself, this really caught the media personality off guard but she handled it like a pro. So, when Good Housing South Africa, which featured the Thusi family on the cover of their latest magazine issue, wanted to do this rare YouTube interview, it was an opportunity that Pearl's daughters could not refuse.
Thando and Okhuhle had the opportunity to ask Pearl their most burning questions from her first kiss to the worst thing she ever did as a child. Pearl was even quizzed about what she did when the kids go to sleep.
According to Okmzansi, in the video, Pearl shared that her first kiss was at the age of 14 which really surprised Thando; and the worst thing she ever did as a child was saying something mean to her mother which she regrets to this day.
She also answered that when her kids go to bed, she sometimes goes out, only if she has to, and her favourite pizza topping is coriander.
Take a look below at the adorable interview Pearl and her daughters did:
Meanwhile, yesterday Briefly.co.za reported that Pearl Thusi surprised us all when a precious little princess suddenly started popping up like she was never not there. Okuhle was the missing piece of the Thusi clan that has now been completed.
Even though Okuhle was not hidden by Pearl, how she joined the family was never something that was openly discussed.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Pearl, for the first time, spoke out about Okuhle’s heartwarming adoption story.
Seeing the happiness that Okuhle brings Pearl and Thando says it all. Yes, Pearl went from having one daughter to having two with no explanation, but something this perfect makes complete sense on its own.
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