- Khanyi Mbau has made a startling revelation about what she plans to do with her appearance
- The TV personality has accomplished looking like a Barbie and is now interested in looking like a blue Avatar
- Mbau made this strangely amusing revelation during an interview with YFM recently
Khanyi Mbau has achieved her dream of looking like a Barbie doll and now wants even more. The media personality recently revealed that she wants to look like an Avatar - yes, those blue people from the James Cameron movie.
Speaking in an interview by YFM, Khanyi revealed that she already looks like a Barbie doll now with her slight frame and light skin. She then went on to say that she was keen to look blue like an Avatar. The media personality shared a snippet of the interview on her Instagram page so it was unclear whether she was joking or being serious.
However, we put nothing past our girl Khanyi.
Social media users were equally bemused by her words. Instagram user mr_masonwabe said:
"If I could turn this body blue I’d do it..."
"You're very good with words."
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Khanyi Mbau’s got a complex about her height. Sitting at around 1,56m, Khanyi isn’t the tallest lady in the room and it seems people have often pointed this out to her.
Sharing a cute picture of herself and her squad, Khanyi amusingly went on her tiptoes for the snap and made it clear that if someone has something to say about her height, she gonna block them.
You don’t really notice how short Khanyi actually is until she stands next to someone. At least sis knows how to rock a mean pair of heels when she has to.
“Tag your squad (if anyone says I am short, I WILL BLOCK YOU).”
In similar news, Khanyi Mbau's baby girl is quickly becoming a star. After Khanyi’s reality show debuted on 10 October, her daughter Cannes has been the talk of the town.
Being the strong and powerful woman that she is, Khanyi could not wait to get her reality TV show going. Seeing the great response it has received has made Khanyi extremely happy.
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