Boity's deep posts get tweeps worried that she might be struggling

Boity's deep posts get tweeps worried that she might be struggling

- Boitumelo Thulo took to Twitter to express some thoughts about people not taking care of each other and her feeling tired

- Boity's tweets made her fans and followers feel as though she was not in a good space and needed some support

- The star has had a successful year professionally but the posts made Mzansi worry about how it has gone personally

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Boity took to Twitter over the weekend to express some deep thoughts and had her fans worried about the state of her mental health. The TV personality-turned-rapper posted some sombre tweets about people taking care of each other and her feeling exhausted which made followers think she was feeling unsupported.

Boity has been having a fantastic year career-wise. She launched her signature fragrance, Pink Sapphire and she hit 4.3 million Instagram followers, but tweeps were quick to point out that nobody knows what's truly going on inside someone's mind.

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Boity's fans quickly replied to the tweets with words of encouragement and assurance that everyone goes through tough times and that they were there for her to lean on.

Boity's deep posts get tweeps worried that she might be struggling

Boity's fans are worried about her mental state. Images: @boity/Instagram, Getty Images
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One fan gave advice about self-care before care of others is possible:

@Aqhamilemolefi: " "Everyone" should start with yourself sesi, take care of everyone including yourself or must I say 'Take care of yourself first before taking care of everyone else', God will see you through."

In other Boity-related news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on the star saying that she hadn't given her natural hair enough credit before now.

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. Boity 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.

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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".

TimesLIVE reported that the star had decided to experiment with different styles that show her natural hair. Judging from the snaps on her Instagram, Boity is really in love with her hair. She usually posts snaps of herself experimenting with different hair dos that show her beautiful hair.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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