- Khanyi Mbau had her fans jumping to all the wrong conclusions when she posted a picture on Instagram of an engagement ring on her finger
- Some fans realised it was her right hand but others were convinced she was getting married and showered her with congratulations
- She confessed that she was not getting married and was helping a friend out by promoting their engagement jewellery
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Khanyi Mbau posted a picture of an engagement ring on her finger, crushing the hopes and dreams of many of her male fans, however after receiving a ton of messages congratulating her and other bemoaning her engagement, she revealed the truth.
Briefly.co.za learned that she is not getting married, she let her fans know that does not plan on tying the knot anytime soon and that she is actually helping a friend by promoting their range of engagement jewellery according.
When a fan called her Mrs she cleared the air and said that was still very much a Miss according to ZAlebs.
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This is what her fans had to say, some of them were wrongly congratulating her on her engagement but what they could all agree on is that the ring is stunning:
"Babe that ring is beautiful, a huge congratulations you deserve all the happiness."
"I think I need to consult them for my 20th anniversary .....this is flawless."
"Isn't that right hand? Why peeps suspecting engagement♀️."
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Khanyi Mbau has never been one to shy away from the fact that she bleaches her skin. But saying it is one thing, showing it is quite another. Mzansi social media users were a little taken aback when the media personality posted a picture of what looked like her latest lightening session.
The Metro FM DJ took to Instagram to share a picture inside her session. The picture showed her being injected in the face. Social media users had mixed reactions about what they were seeing.
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