- Reason and Boity's new track “Satan o Wele” was released on Sunday to fan's delight
- The highly anticipated collaboration has been trending on social media since its release
- Fans credit Boity with the track's success with some suggesting that this is going to Reasons big break into hip hop
Boity and Reason have released their highly anticipated gospel track "Satan o Wele" and people are delighted. Fans knew that the track would be a banger when they were treated to a sneak peek earlier this month.
Social media users have suggested that thanks to Boity, Reason will have his first hit single. The track dropped suddenly on Sunday and the gospel song with a hip hop twist has been well received.
Briefly.co.za learned that the song has been trending on social media and is available on most platforms.
Boity Thulo has teamed up with Reason on a saucy track that no one saw coming. The two are fire artists who have cooked up something hella hot.
The Mzansi hip-hop scene has taken over in the past couple of years and our artists are doing the most to make things happen.
Earlier Briefly.co.za reported that Boity is one of the many Mzansi celebrities who have gained a little weight in the last few months.
Although the rapper looks incredible, she doesn't seem too pleased with her thick frame. The media personality has gone on a diet and shared some weight loss tips with fans.
Briefly.co.za also discovered a little reminiscing post Boity made to a time when she did the most elegant photoshoot.
Independence is her middle name and Boity is nothing shy of sassy and even a bit street, but when it comes to the time where she needs to put her lady shoes on, best believe she makes it look like it’s her daily.
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Boity Thulo takes her role as a public figure very seriously. Understanding that her actions influence others, especially the youth, is something Boity holds dear to her heart.
Taking on the role and responsibility of being a public figure means a lot more than your primary role.
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