- Pearl Thusi took to social media to show love to her bestie, rapper Moozlie
- The media personality expressed how much she cares for and adores Moozlie for her positive energy
- The Queen Sono actress described the musician as a powerful woman with an incredible destiny
Pearl Thusi has taken to social media to gush about her bosom friend, Moozlie. The Queen Sono star penned a sweet message to the rapper, whose real name is Nomuzi Mabena.
Pearl shared their snaps on her Instagram account and let the whole world know how much she adores her friend.
"I know you have no clue about how much I care for you. I’ve loved you and your energy since I first saw you. The way you smile, how sweet and badass you are at the same time."
She described Mooozlie as "a powerful woman with an incredible destiny".
"I can’t wait for the day you truly realise how incredible you are. I know you feel it but I can’t wait till you love it and live it. In the way I see you but most importantly, the way God sees you. A powerful woman with an incredible destiny. It usually happens when you turn 29/30. I really look forward to that!"
Pearl added that she loves everything about her bestie.
"I adore you, your sassiness, your threads, your praying heart, your talent... everything about you. Since you had 4 covers in 1 this year... this is me trying to match that energy with all the shots lol. Love you boo."
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Somizi and Khaya Dladla have been slammed for breaking Mzansi lockdown regulations.
This is after a viral video showed the Metro FM presenter and Khaya, who is also an actor and radio presenter, at an apparent social gathering.
Social media users who have come across the video have accused the attendees at the "party" of having booze. Khaya, who used to play the character of GC on Uzalo, could also be heard speaking about expensive booze.
In the same video, Somizi can bee seen showing off his expensive wedding rings. Khaya who recently revealed that he recovered from Covid-19 was dragged for being at the social gathering. Tweeps want authorities to deal with Somgaga and Khaya.
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