- Fans had a field day comparing actress Nomzamo Mbatha with rapper Boity Thulo after #BoityEngagedByMaps trended yesterday
- #BoityEngagedByMaps was a fake news hashtag created by fans who are over-eager to see Boity and Maps dating
- They then began comparing Maps' ex, Nomzamo, with Boity
Tweeps are at it again with hashtags that are nothing but fake news. #BoityEngagedByMaps trended at number one recently, despite the fact that Boity and Maps aren't engaged. The two aren't even dating and have said on numerous occasions that they are just friends.
It has become a norm lately to see some hashtags created by the night shift gang trending on Twitter, but a deep dive into them proves they are fake.
Many thought Boity and Maps Maponyane are indeed engaged because their friendship has been scrutinised by many who suspect that it has since graduated into a full blown relationship. This prompted a lot of fans to compare Boity with Maps' ex, Nomzamo.
One tweep was adamant that Maps will never find a woman as gorgeous as Nomzamo.
He said, "Maps will never find someone close to Nomzamo Mbatha. He and Boity look good in pictures, but Nomzamo, guys!"
Another tweep said there's actually no reason to compare the two lovely ladies.
She commented, "Some people are already comparing Boity and Nomzamo. Two different people. Satanism of comparing people."
@Ndlovufreddy1 proclaimed, "(Boity's ex) Cass and Nomzamo are breathing through the wound. Boity is finally engaged."
Although Boity and Maps have confirmed that they are just friends, they often flirt on the TL. Just last month, Maps said he was ready to work harder to become Boity's husband and ensure that all her needs are met.
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Simphiwe Ngema has taken to social media to reveal that she is happily pregnant.
Her baby daddy is model and actor Tino Chinyani. The gorgeous actress has shared beautiful snaps of her baby bump on her Instagram account. The excited father-to-be also took to his socials and shared the good news with his followers too.
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