- Singer and actor Naak Musiq and actress Nandi Mbatha are rumoured to be an item
- The stars have dropped yet another hint that they are indeed a couple
- They took to social media to show off new tattoos they got from the same ink artist
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Naak Musiq and Nandi Mbatha keep dropping hints that they are more than just friends.
The two stars have taken to social media to show off new tattoos they both got from the same artist, @inkboy_que.
Nandi tagged @inkboy_que and captioned her post: "A symbol of power and majesty."
Naak also tagged the same artist when he shared a pic of his new tattoo.
Briefly.co.za also noticed that the singer and actor occasionally comments on Nandi's Instagram pics.
He throws compliments every now and then whenever the stunner shares a new pic or vid.
According to ZAlebs, the two sparked dating rumours when they posed together in a pic that Nandi had dimmed Naak out from, implying that she does not want to reveal her secret lover.
Naak then posted a picture of himself wearing the same clothes as Nandi's mystery man, the publication reported.
In one of Nandi's fire pics on Insta, Naak commented: "Yintomb'kabani le (Whose girlfriend is this)?"
One fan replied, "your girlfriend", and another said: "Lol, you choose well ndoda (man)... She is flames."
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Briefly.co.za previously reported that Nandi had moved on after a break-up from another muso, Tellaman.
Nandi and Tellaman were one of the hottest celeb couples in 2019.
The actress was reported by OKMzansi to be dating a 24-year-old junior creative at Quiteria Atelier. His name is Mpho Motsi and he had confirmed their romance to Sunday Sun.
Earlier, it was reported that Nandi admitted to struggling with anxiety. She has to take pills to help her cope. Nandi said she was diagnosed with the emotional health condition in 2009 and has been taking pills to help her. She takes homoeopathic medication three times a week to remain calm.
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