- Mzansi social media users were left surprised after John Legend's wife, Chrissy Teigen, revealed that she once dated a South African
- The actress said that the mystery man was from Durban and he used to cook for her
- Many social media users tried to guess who Teigen's faceless ex-boyfriend might be, some of the guesses were hilarious
Chrissy Teigen took Mzansi social media users by surprise when she revealed that she once dated a South African man. John Legend's gorgeous wife opened up to South Africans that she loved our country and said it was incredibly special.
Model Chrissy Teigen had herself a Mzansi bae from Durban. She took to social media to share that the man even used to cook for her. South Africans were fascinated by her story and asked for more details.
She revealed that she loved her time in South Africa including having one drink too many at the Durban July and having fun in Cape Town.
When asked where her favourite place in SA was, the US media personality said:
"I really love the entire country, I can’t pick an area. It is incredibly special."
Many social media users were caught up by the fact that Chrissy's ex was somewhere in Durban. They started trying to guess who it may be. Twitter AsemahleMak said:
"Chrissy you had a whole entire Durban entanglement. Baby girl lookatchu."
"Fellow Durbanite here saying, 'Aweh'. Who was your ex? Maybe I know him. Did he live in Randalls Road, Sydenham?"
"I bet he is Zulu."
"Durban guys now know how to cook and how to take care of their partner."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za reported that celebrity lovers John Legend and Chrissy Teigen are helping their fans all over the world get through the coronavirus scare. The music star was joined by his playful wife for a live Instagram concert from their home.
Legend made it clear that while social distancing is important, it should not be boring. Other artists across the world have also joined #togetherathome, a global hashtag that celebrities are using to give free IG concerts.
As new cases of Covid-19 continue to spring up in different parts of the world, the scare and worry in a lot of homes have been at an all-time high. However, the couple are doing their bit to help people wade through the challenging period.
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