- Sbahle Mpisane is feeling overjoyed now that gyms are fnally open under Level 2 lockdown
- The fitness bunny took to social media to express her happiness over the news
- The media personality shared a video of herself working out in a gym and Mzansi social media users loved it
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Sbahle Mpisane is celebrating the reopening of gyms under Level 2 lockdown. The fitness bunny took to social media to share a video of herself pushing hard in the gym.
Level 2 has seen the easing of many lockdown restrictions and the opening of gyms, much to the relief of fitness fanatics everywhere. Sbahle gushed about going back to her favourite gym.
The media personality showed off her toned body in the workout video and social media users loved it. She said:
"I'm beyond happy Fam, wish y’all could cava my happiness."
Instagram user mseti45x_sp said:
"Eish I envy you."
"Sisonke I started boxing and I love it."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za reported that Sbahle Mpisane has inspired many with her miraculous recovery from a 2018 accident that changed her life forever. The fitness bunny and reality television star is grateful to be alive following the horrific injuries that she sustained . She posted a throwback pic to her stay in hospital to remind people to be grateful to be alive.
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In other news, Emtee has taken to social media to debut another design of his own shoes. The star shared a snap of the sneaker with his name on it.
The rapper is making business moves like his peers in the music industry. Other Mzansi rappers such as AKA and K.O also push their own merchandise on the side instead of sticking to making music only.
The Roll Up hitmaker's tweet about his new shoes has garnered mixed reactions from Mzansi social media users. Some tweeps decided to drag the star for his sneakers design while his fans fell in love with the new design as soon as they laid eyes on it.
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