- Simz Ngema and her baby daddy Tino Chinyani shared a clip of their steamy getaway that had some feeling a tad uncomfortable
- Simz and Tino have not received the most positive feedback about their relationship and this clip definitely hasn't helped
- Tino took Simz away for her birthday and Simz decided to show everyone what went down
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Simz Ngema and her baby daddy Tino Chinyani are a little too much for some. The fresh couple is still floating on cloud nine and it can be a bit much for those who are not entirely a fan of their relationship.
Sometimes we forget that the honeymoon phase is just a passing moment of euphoria. Being able to find love for a second time is a true blessing and Simz feels extremely lucky to have found it again.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Simz and Tino recently recorded a video that has some feeling hot and bothered and others a tad uncomfortable. Some things should just stay private, and this might just be one of those things
Simphiwe lost her husband Dumi Masilela back in 2017. While it has been extremely hard for her, Simphiwe knew that she had to move on with her life at some point, and she did exactly that.
With the negative feedback they received after their baby announcement, Simz and Tino shouldn’t be surprised that this new clip mad many feeling some type of way. Hot tub smooches and steamy massages are definitely not the way to win peeps over.
The clip was recorded over Simz's birthday weekend and it seems like they two had a time. Yazi guys, this should have come with an age rating or something.
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Briefly.co.za previously reported that Simphiwe Ngema says Dumi used to tell her hundreds of times a day how much he loved her. Following Masilela's tragic death, just two months after their blissful wedding, Ngema says her worst nightmare had come to life, only much worse.
His death has taught Ngema how to love herself as much as he loved her, and now the time has come to move on:
“I’m letting go of Dumi, but it doesn’t mean I’m looking for a man. I don’t know if I’m ready for love today or if I’ll be ready tomorrow. I don’t know if I’ll find a man tomorrow or in two years’ time. It’s up to my Creator.”
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