Nandi Madida has PJ party with fam to celebrate 32nd birthday

Nandi Madida has PJ party with fam to celebrate 32nd birthday

- Nandi Madida found herself celebrating her 32nd birthday coronavirus-style

- Her husband, Zakes Bantwini, and two children, Shaka and Nefertiti, threw her a lit home PJ party

- While it was not what we expected, Nandi had the best time and made a memory she will never forget

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Nandi Madida celebrated her 32nd birthday a little differently thanks to the coronavirus, but it was special nonetheless.

President Cyril Ramaphosa asked people to stay indoors and practice social distancing; this is before he announced the lockdown. learnt that the beautiful media personality had her 32nd birthday bash indoors in PJs with her loved ones.

While we expected something a little more lit and boujee from our girl, Nandi’s 32nd birthday celebration was definitely one for the books.

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Along with her husband, Zakes Bantwini, and two children, Shaka and Nefertiti, Nandi partied the night away in her PJs.

Nandi and her clan boogied, sang, laughed and celebrated all in the comfort of their home.

Taking to social media, Nandi shared the cutest clip of her birthday bash and thanked her fam for ‘tuning in’.

Even in the darkest times, special memories can be made.

In other news, Somizi is worried about the coronavirus and how things are going down in South Africa right now.

With the president announcing a 21-day lockdown, people are finally seeing that this isn't just a passing matter.

The entertainer called on Mzansi to stay at home and take care of themselves and their loved ones.

Earlier, reported on how Somizi is known for being a goofy and funny entertainer and it comes as no surprise that he sang about the coronavirus.

Although he was lighthearted about the situation, he knows the importance of taking the dreaded virus seriously. He belted out a song and followed it up with a message to his fans, calling on them to spread only accurate news about the fast-spreading virus.

Somizi is particularly worried about the people who do not have access to social media and televisions for information. He asked his fans to go to everyone they know who might be misinformed.

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