- Boity Thulo's big night out got mistaken for pregnancy cravings and the beautiful media personality had to clear the air, again
- Boity was nursing a hangover and required some tasty food in order to do that - asking fans' opinions was clearly the wrong idea
- Boity made it clear that she was hungover and craving some remedy food, it was not pregnancy cravings as she is not pregnant
Boity Thulo found it rather amusing her peeps confused her big night out with her being pregnant. A gurl can’t even have a hangover these days without someone assuming she’s preggers!
Taking to social media to ask fans advice on whether she should have chakalaka or salsa, Boity somehow had people thinking she was having pregnancy cravings.
“I went with salsa. It always helps with the babi.”
Maybe some confused ‘babi’ as a nickname for a baby, but that was not the kind of thing Boity was nursing. Sis drank a bit too much the night before and was trying to cure her hangover with some good food.
“Ain't you pregnant, your eating things my girl use to crave.”
After seeing how many people mistook her post for pregnancy cravings, Boity came right out with it. It was just a hangover peeps, definitely not a baby!
“I’m not pregnant. I’m hungover.”
Boity constantly has to address pregnancy rumours. It seems the people feel it is time Boity settles down and has a baby of her own; however, Boity has other plans, at least for now.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that media personality and rapper Boity Thulo got deep about ancestors on social media this morning. The star shared pieces of her ancestral calling with her followers in her latest posts. She gave Mzansi a crash course on what not to blame the ancestors for.
Seemingly, Boity had been betrayed by one of her friends. She shared that the ancestors will always disappoint you when it comes to friends you thought were "the ones".
In one of her posts, Boity gave suggestions on how to deal with bad the bad vibes that toxic friends might put into your life.
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