- Mzansi rapper and businesswoman, Boitumelo 'Boity' Thulo's name trended on social media recently
- Fans have beenpraising her for her incredible kindness and passion to help others in need
- After seeing all the comments from fans, Briefly.co.za has come to realise that Boity's acts of kindness go beyond the reach of social media, she's helped so many people
Mzansi rapper, Boity, was positively trending on Twitter after scores of social media users relayed stories of how the businesswoman helped them in their time of need.
Briefly.co.za learnt that a month ago, a young man known as Siya reached out to Boity via Twitter to ask her if she could assist him with some funds for a new calculator. And she did.
To prove his plea was genuine, Siya then posted a picture of his new calculator on Twitter and more recently revealed he had finally graduated from university.
However, Siya was not the only person Boity had helped. She has proven that she has a heart of gold over and over again.
After Siya’s testimony, many other benefactors took the time to praise the rapper for her generosity and kindness.
Here are some of the stories and comments about Boity’s random acts of kindness. This proves there’s a lot the rapper has been doing beyond social media.
Meanwhile, about two weeks ago, Briefly.co.za reported that Boity Thulo has not been snatched up just yet so she decided to let her future bae now what he’s in for. Gurl’s got demands!
It’s been a great year for Boity in so many ways. She received her first platinum plaque and even made the Forbes Africa list.
Briefly.co.za knows that Boity is not in need of a man, she knows how to hold her own, but a little loving never hurt anybody.
After having sipped champagne in France and being chauffeured around Monaco, Boity’s developed a rather lush and boujee palate for life.
Taking to social media, Boity shared her requirements for the future. If you want to knock Boity up, then best you be prepared to buy her a Rolls-Royce Wraith or at the least a Bentley. Oh, don't forget the three live-in nannies, a full-time chef and not one but two chauffeurs.
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