- Songstress Cici has blasted claims that her post-pregnancy pictures are photoshopped
- The entertainer insisted that she achieved her slender body through exercise and some medical procedures
- Many Mzansi social media users gushed over the media personality's stunning figure
Musician Cici has refuted the allegations that she is using edited pictures on her social media pages. The new mom has been working hard to get back into shape after giving birth and many can't believe that her new body is real.
Babes is looking good and is even rocking a six-pack just months after delivering her bundle of joy. The yummy mummy has taken to social media to share her weight loss journey, insisting that her pictures were authentic
She also made it clear that she was using external intervention like medical procedures and exercise. She said:
"Just wanted to share this really quick. The results are really satisfactory. This is after four sessions of fat freeze and cavitation. Thank you for being hard on me during training to fast-track my weight loss."
Her routine is definitely working out because she's looking smoking hot and Instagram users agree. Insta user fadziechinyanga said:
"A woman’s body is magical."
"Oh thanks Cici for the truth yaz."
"Thank you for sharing!"
"OMG there's hope for me."
"Please adopt me, help me lose weight and sing like you. You look amazing."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that Shekhinah has exposed a vulnerable side of herself on social media. The talented songstress shared a rare and bare photo of herself to show off her flaws and insecurities.
The beautiful woman said that she struggled with her self image and hoped that her revelation would help others in the same boat.
Talented musician, Shekhinah, bared her all on Instagram recently. The Suited hitmaker shared a photo of herself with no make-up or filters. She said that she was sharing her flaws with the world to help others who may be struggling with the same issues.
Her brave caption read:
"I had to post this image to be brave for a second, things I don’t like about this image of me is my baldness, my cellulite and overall shape of my body, the location of this image not being the huge house and home I thought I would have by now..."
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