- Boity Thulo and Maps Maponyane completely teased Mzansi with their relationship this year - peeps didn't know whether they were a thing or not, but definitely hoped so
- Although Boity made it clear that they were just friends on her reality show, Maps still seems determined to impress her
- The model and restaurateur recently took to Twitter to imply that he was ready to put in the necessary work to become Boity's man
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Boity has never been shy to say exactly what she wants in a man and wealth is part of the list. The star tweeted that dropping R100 000 for lunch with the girls shouldn't be a thing to her future husband.
Boity's bestie, Maps Maponyane, quickly said he's up for the challenge. He used a Tyler Perry gif to let it be known that he's ready to work hard to provide all of Boity's wants, needs and desires.
Boity wrote, "(I) can't wait for my husband to leave R100 000 on my dressing table for brunch with the girls."
Maps responded, "I gotta go to work."
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Boity and Maps had long hinted at romantic vibes between them, but the rapper made it clear they were just friends on her reality show. She said that they support each other and are both very grateful for each other.
She said, "There is no vibes between me and Maps, we are homies. Geez! We are not cosy. We are friends. We are comfortable."
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In related news, Briefly.co.za reported that Boity Thulo does not play nice when it comes to social media trolls. She recently delivered an epic clap-back after a troll shaded her looks.
The tweep said that Boity looks much older than, which is 30 years old. Boity had no choice but to bring out receipts of the of how the tweep looks.
The troll's own profile picture gave fans a total melt-down. It was the definition of don't throw stones if you live in a glass house.
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