- Slindile Nodangala, who is known as Mam Ruby, has accepted that she'll never be size 32 again
- Mam Ruby, who has embraced her body, recently took to Twitter to ask her fans when they realised that they'd never wear size 32 again
- Mam Ruby shared that only a small ceremony would help her "solidify this milestone"
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Actress Slindile Nodangala has accepted that she'll never be able to wear size 32 in her life. The star recently took to social media to ask her followers when dd they made peace with the fact that they'd never be size 32 again.
Slindile, who is affectionately known as Mam Ruby - a character she played on the defunct show Generations, expressed that even though she has embraced her body, she feels like only a small ceremony will give her peace about the fact that she's a size 50.
"When did you make peace with the fact that you’ll never be size 32 ever again, you’re a size 50, and did you have a party? Cause I feel like only mcimbinyana (a small ceremony) will give me peace and help solidify this milestone. So xa silapha kuxhelwa ntoni? Ihagu okanye inkomo? (So when we've reached this stage what do we slaughter, a pig or a cow?)"
Mam Ruby's fans have taken to her comment section to share their stories about when they started to embrace their bodies.
"When I bought a size 42 jeggings. I got home and fitted the thing but it didn't wanna go up my thighs, I just sat down cried and cancelled my outing."
"When I went to buy clothes and came back with nothing cause nothing could fit me. I cried and hated shopping for about a year but yazini I have healed... Slaughter a cow and just be content."
"When I started shopping for myself in 2016, where I could take my time looking for my size 40 instead of someone buying me small sizes and making me feel bad for the size I have. Please invite me to that mcimbi ma wami (ceremony my mom)."
"Mirrors, reflection of myself sitting down. One day I will love myself more for today. I love myself 60 percent."
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Skeem Saam actress Makgofe Moagi opened up about the hardships she went through when she was pregnant with her twins. The stunner, who plays the character of Charity on the popular SABC1 soapie, has shared her near-death experience with her followers on Instagram.
The star was admitted in ICU in 2018 where she had to fight for her life and that of her unborn twins. Makgofe captioned her post:
"Nothing fazes me in this world. I almost died in 2018 in ICU. Meanwhile, unbeknownst to everyone, I’m pregnant. I remember telling the doctors and radiographers to check if I’m not pregnant and they all dismissed that as drugged-up patient talk."
The star, who gave birth to twins Cayden and Gabby in her late 30s, shared that she is grateful to God and her ancestors for saving her life.
"I count my blessings, I’m content that my life is flowing in the way that Badimo had intended it to be. I’m not rushing or competing with anyone - my life, my race, their pace."
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