- Khanyi Mbau and Lasizwe Dambuza should not go shopping together
- Taking to social media, Khanyi shared a snap of her and Lasizwe with shopping bags that are almost bigger than they are
- Khanyi and Lasizwe know how to shop and this is pure evidence of that fact
Khanyi Mbau and Lasizwe Dambuza took a little brother-sister shopping trip and things got a little out of hand. These two fashion fabs got bitten by the shopping bug and just could not stop.
When it comes to shopping, Khanyi and Lasizwe know a thing or two. These two are all about fashion and never fail to set a trend by pushing boundaries.
Briefly.co.za came across a post Khanyi made of her and her brother’s shopping trip. It is safe to say that these two should not go shopping together if any one of them are trying to stick to a budget.
Khanyi and Lasizwe are a celeb brother-sister duo who have always got one another's backs. Their bond is tight and they have always been there to back one another up and hype the other when they need it most.
Taking to social media, Khanyi shared a snap of her and Lasizwe with shopping bags that are almost bigger than they are. So much for just going in for a pair of socks, looks like these two bought a whole new wardrobe!
“How did we get here... from looking for a pair of socks to this!!!!! Really @Lasizwe really?!!!!! #Lastcustomers”
Briefly.co.za previously reported that yet another Mzansi celebrity has opened up about how difficult the lockdown has been on their wallet. Khanyi Mbau has revealed that the economic collapse brought about by Covid-19 has impacted her and ruined her chances of getting a proper income this year.
Speaking to TshisaLIVE, the media personality revealed that she has given up on earning a decent income this year. Not only is the starlet struggling to land gigs, but the alcohol ban had halted the sale of her newly-launched gin, I Am Khanyi.
Mbau said that the lockdown has affected her mentally, financially and spiritually. The self-proclaimed Queen of Bling said that she had seen many friends in the industry move back to their parents' home or with siblings because of ailing finances.
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