- Rhythm City's Mapula Mafole left social media users shook when she revealed her age recently
- Many could not believe that the actress was turning 30 years old because she looks much younger
- The starlet posted a throwback photo of her 13-year-old self and there is very little difference to how she looks now
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Mapula Mafole looks not a year older than 21. However, when she revealed her real age, she left social media users very surprised.
The Rhythm City actress is also a model and face of Quiteria Atelier. She took to social media to celebrate turning 30 soon with a throwback picture of her 13-year-old self.
The Twitter post was captioned:
"13 going on 30. You’ve come a long way little girl. I’m so proud of you! You are enough. Remember that your gentle spirit is your strength and it’s okay to make mistakes and grow from them. I love you. I love you."
Social media users were taken aback when they heard her age. They could not believe she was turning 30 years old. Twitter user suprise_Dr said:
"You gonna confuse artificial intelligence. When it ask you your age."
"Dude nooo you're 30. I thought you were 18 or something."
"She doesn't age at all lol!"
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Ayanda plays the role of Chumani Langa, a character who has blown many away with his drama-filled scenes. Last night’s episode left fans speechless as Chumani finally confronted his mother Boniswa for the hell she has put him through the last few months.
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