- Pearl Modiadie took to social media to encourage her fans to drink responsibly now that booze is back on sale
- She took to Instagram to post a picture of herself enjoying a glass of white wine
- Khanyi Mbau also took to her Instagram account to share a similar message while enjoying a sip of something too
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Pearl Modiadie has taken to social media to encourage Mzansi to drink responsibly. The country is celebrating the lifting of the liquor ban today and throats are officially open.
Pearl shared a video of herself with a glass of wine and is clearly making the most of lockdown Level 2.
Pearl Modiadie shared an Instagram video of herself with a glass of white wine. The media personality encouraged Mzansi social media users to drink responsibly. She said:
"Level 2. Drink responsibly people! Please don’t drink and drive."
Level 2 of the lockdown has seen the lifting of the alcohol ban today and of course Mzansi is ecstatic.
It is also worth noting that Modiadie is clearly no longer pregnant if she is sipping on the stronger things in life. The media personality has been hinting that the bun has left the oven because she previously posted a picture of herself in a bikini.
Khanyi Mbau has also taken to social media to encourage South Africans to sip safely. She posted a picture of herself enjoying a cold one was well.
"Can ya'll go easy with the booze tomorrow please."
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In similar news, Briefly.co.za previously reported that AKA has been championing for the rights of those who work in the alcohol industry, which stood to lose hundreds of thousands of jobs due to the lockdown restrictions.
South Africa has taken a tremendous beating economically under the Covid-19 lockdown. AKA has his own stake in the alcohol industry with his endorsement of Cruz vodka, which he signed in 2016.
He was also hurt financially by the lockdown, with him not being able to tour or sell his product. He was thrilled when the lockdown was lifted to Level 2 and alcohol sales resumed.
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