- Cici has been ready to pop and fans are thinking she might have already
- Posting a lush snap of herself on social media, Cici has people thinking she's given birth because there is no belly in sight
- It's either an old pic or Cici is officially a momma
Cici has fans puzzling over a recent pic she posted. Either it’s a throwback or sis has had her baby.
Quarantine has a lot of people posting old pictures thanks to a lack of content, but this one really had peeps' hearts skipping a beat.
Briefly.co.za, like the rest of Cici’s fans, knows that she is ready to pop if she hasn’t already.
While Cici has been extremely excited to have her baby enter the world, she has recently raised a lot of concerns regarding the whole coronavirus pandemic. Not having her family there was the biggest downer.
Cici has never been one to splash her personal life on social media until she announced her pregnancy. So, thinking that she may have given birth and just not said anything is not that unbelievable.
Our gurl recently took to social media with a snap that did not have baby belly written anywhere on it. This picture is ether an oldie or Cici has had her baby.
Fans were shocked and took to the comment section to ask Cici where her belly at?
@difficultshereni02: "Wher is the stomach?"
@ndumieso_m: "You bounced back just like that ♥️♥️♥️"
@!oros_mampofu: "Yess mummy! You look amazing"
In other news, we can always count on our favourite Mzansi musicians. With South Africa entering the fourth day of the 21-day lockdown in order to curtail the spread of Covid-19, these amazing people have taken up the challenge to sing the national anthem and spread hope and unity.
Monday saw a video which featured dozens of artists singing Nkosi Sikelel’iAfrika which was the launching of the Anthem Challenge.
Moonchild, Busiswa, Danny K, Kurt Darren, Proverb, Tumi Morake, Corlea Botha, Yvonne Chaka Chaka, Zolani Mahola, Juliet Harding and KB Mamosadi are a few of the talented artists whose voices will be heard in this beautiful project.
They are encouraging all South Africans to come together and do the same. The aim of the project is to encourage over 1 000 South Africans to take part and perform the largest-ever virtual rendition of the national anthem, all while being in lockdown.
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