- Boity Thulo has opened up about not giving her natural hair enough credit
- Boity shared that she has decided to experiment with different styles that show her natural crown
- Boity said she realised that she didn't give her hair enough credit when she took a snap in her natural hair for a magazine
Boity Thulo has confessed that she hasn't given her natural hair enough credit. The media personality revealed this in the online series, The Halo Heritage Hair Diaries.
The reality TV star opened up about how she recently did a shoot for a magazine cover using her natural crown. She expressed that the pic was "so incredible" she actually wanted to frame it.
The Bakae hitmaker said the snap of her natural hair made her realise that she didn't give her crown "enough time to shine on its own".
"I looked my best and I was completely me, which felt good," the rapper said.
TimesLIVE reports that the star has decided to experiment with different styles that show her natural hair. Judging from the snaps on her Instagram, the star is really in love with her hair. She usually posts snaps of herself experimenting with different hair dos that show her beautiful hair.
"For quite some time I’ve been wigging it out. As much as I take care of my hair underneath, I don’t show it enough."
Boity usually shares clips of Halo Diaries on Instagram. Check out some of the comments from her fans below:
"I'm proud of you Boity, you have grown to become a phenomenal woman. Keep it up ngwana wa badimo."
"I love this subject... Thank you."
"Love this conversation."
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Somizi has taken to social media to post a photoshopped snap of himself as a goalie. The media personality hilariously shared that he wants to replace Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper, Itumeleng Khune.
In the pic, Somizi can be seen making a spectacular save in front of a packed stadium. The reality TV star has done a lot of jobs in his life including choreography, singing, presenting and acting, among other things.
Many tweeps jokingly said that Somgaga might just be the man that Amakhosi need to win the Premier Soccer League. The Metro FM presenter captioned his post: "Breaking news: Somizi replaces Khune... Uzobezwa ke abo nywe."
His fans have shared mixed reactions to the star's post. Tweep @realTre_Mad said:
"The goal stopper Somizi has signed a 3-year contract with Kaizer Chiefs replacing @IIKHUNE_32_16 as the number one goalkeeper."
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