Unathi Nkayi sets the cover of True Love Magazine alight #covergirl

Unathi Nkayi sets the cover of True Love Magazine alight #covergirl

- Unathi Nkayi is True Love magazine's April cover girl

- Sis has taken the cover with great pride, telling the story of her strength, hustle and how she manages to slay at pretty much everything

- Fans were blown away by the fire that Unathi has brought to the cover

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Yusss queen! Unathi Nkayi revealed that she is True Love magazine's April cover girl and sis looks all kinds of fierce and fine.

Unathi is a mother, a radio personality, a singer, an Idols SA judge, an MC, an inspiration and so much more – she’s a woman of endless talent.

Briefly.co.za came across Unathi’s sizzling cover girl picture post on social media, and like everyone else who has seen it, could not help but stop and stare.

Unathi may be over 40 and a mother, but you would never say it looking at her fit physique and flawless face.

Unathi took to social media with her saucy cover. Wearing a fierce pastel yellow pantsuit in the photo, Unathi almost gave some peeps a heart attack on a fresh Friyay morning.

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Her True Love magazine insert speaks on her fierce approach to life and how she has regained her confidence.

This is her sixth True Love cover and she has done it justice. Yes, babes, tell them!

Fans swarmed to the comment section to let Unathi know what an absolute flame she is. That pastel yellow pantsuit is lush!

@its_inno_centia: "Appetite for life - that got me."
@thandi_jiyana: "You know I'm gonna buy this angithi!"
@precioussello: "Ayeye, so gorgeous."
@pulaenangkamedupi: "Yeah re nyise Unsta tuu"
@ekissibu: "Yaas honey yaaaass slaaay. Need to get my copy sikuthanda finish."

In other news, Unathi Nkayi is using her platform to help talented artists.

Unathi will be using her midday spot on Kaya FM to promote deserving, talented up-and-coming artists.

Unathi knows what it is like to be starting out and chancing your dream. She too was once at the bottom and now does everything she can to open doors for others.

Taking to social media, Unathi announced that she would be using her platform on Kaya FM to promote artists from all over the world, not only Mzansi, as the radio station can be listened to from anywhere.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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