- Mzansi actress Enhle Mbali is having a great time going through her bucket list
- The beautiful lady recently experienced riding in vintage BMW that was doing doughnuts in the street
- She shared a video of her experience and the Isibaya actress looked absolutely thrilled during the ride
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Enhle Mbali seems to be using her newly-acquired freedom to live life to the fullest. The stunner is going through her bucket list and recently managed to tick off something we've all probably dreamt about - riding in a spinning Gusheshe.
The actress took to social media to document the experience. She looked like she was having the time of her life in the German car. In the footage, Mbali appeared to be the passenger in a blue vintage BMW.
The video was captioned:
"Spina le gushshe..."
The driver of the car made several doughnuts in an open area and Ms Mlotshwa loved every second of it.
It's amazing to see the strong woman living her best life despite the challenges she has been faced with in the last few months.
Briefly.co.za had previously reported that Enhle Mbali revealed that she tested positive for the dreaded coronavirus. The actress took to social media to detail how she's been experiencing a tough time lately.
Her much-publicised separation from DJ Black Coffee left the media personality open to scrutiny and criticism. Enhle took to Instagram to open up about her current hardships. She shared that her health was ailing due to testing positive for Covid-19.
She said that she had been very careful but the virus got to her anyway. However, despite the difficulties, the actress is focusing on the positive. She said she is in good spirits and made a full recovery.
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In other news, Briefly.co.za learned that Keke Palmer made history when she hosted the 2020 MTV Video Music Awards (#VMAs) on Sunday, 30 August. Keke became the first black woman in history to host the #VMAs alone.
Downtown Julie Brown was the only woman of colour to co-host the ceremony in 1986/87. Keke was born on 26 August in Harvey, Illinois in the US. Her parents, Sharon and Larry Palmer, had both worked as professional actors before settling into full-time jobs.
She first sang in a church but earned exposure performing in a stage show at a Chicago tourist destination. Briefly.co.za took a look at a few interesting facts about the gorgeous media personality.
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