- Pearl Thusi has taken to social media to show love to media personality Nandi Madida
- The actress gave a huge shout-out to Nandi, who has had an amazing year thus far and has made Mzansi very proud
- Minnie Dlamini has also recently paid tribute to Nandi in a touching social media post
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Pearl Thusi has taken to social media to show some love to industry peer Nandi Madida.
Nandi has been flying the South African flag high recently after appearing in Beyoncé's Black Is King film.
Pearl decided to show Mrs Madida some love for all her hard work. Taking to both Twitter and Instagram, Pearl penned a sweet message for the beautiful woman.
"I’m so proud of you Mami... all the chats and dreams slowly coming together... I’m feeling so blessed to know you and to call you a sister. I pray more greatness and an eternal legacy for you and yours... @nandi_madida #blackisking #brownskingirl"
Social media users joined her in showing love to Nandi. Instagram user moodie242 said:
"Keep creating always."
"This is so heartwarming @pearlthusi. You always supporting others and showing genuine love. You're a true Queen. May God continue to bless you."
"She's everything and more. @nandi_madida"
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Pearl's post follows Minnie Dlamini's recent post that also gave Nandi a shout-out. Briefly.co.za reported that Minnie expressed her pride in Nandi for all her accomplishments thus far.
The heartfelt social media post mentioned that Nandi made her believe that anything was possible. She posted a stunning picture of the media personality to accompany the lengthy caption.
"I would like to celebrate this queen today. I am beaming with pride for the incredible journey you're on. You were the first girl I looked up to growing up, my big sis who always showed @langamngoma and myself that anything is possible.
"You were always my Beyonce and to see you in #BlackisKing was such a full circle moment. From little girls who would sing, dance, act and do pageants, to woman who never stopped dreaming and inspiring. Halala Queen Nandi Halala nandi_madida I love you siswam."
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