Khanyi Mbau "downgrades" home due to Covid-19 lockdown, tweep reacts

Khanyi Mbau "downgrades" home due to Covid-19 lockdown, tweep reacts

- Khanyi Mbau has shared that she had to downgrade to a smaller house when she moved to her new place due to the Covid-19 lockdown

- Khanyi, who has a new reality show, told a tweep that her previous home had been "massive"

- Another fan told Khanyi that she loves her new crib's high ceilings and walls

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Khanyi Mbau used to live in a "massive" house. The star recently revealed that she had to "downgrade" when she recently moved to her new house.

The reality TV star recently detailed her struggles under the Covid-19 lockdown in her TV show titled Mbau Reloaded: Always Rise. A tweep took to Khanyi's timeline on Twitter to ask her about the crib. The tweep shared that Khanyi had previously expressed that she had also been financially affected by the coronavirus pandemic.

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@KliVincent said Khanyi made moving into her new home sound like a downgrade during the first episode ofiher show but changed on the second episode.

Khanyi maintained that she has downgraded because her old house was huge. The star replied to @KliVincent:

"Bro I downgraded, my previous place was massive."

One of the stunner's fans shared that he loves her new house. @Thami_____ wrote:

"But I love your new house. Beautiful!! It's the high ceilings and white walls for me, arg."
Khanyi Mbau "downgrades" home due to Covid-19 lockdown, tweep reacts
Khanyi Mbau has "downgraded" her home due to the Covid-19 lockdown. Image: @mbaureloaded/Instagram
Source: Instagram reported that Khanyi's show made aired for the first time on Saturday, 10 October on BET Africa.

In other entertainment news, reported that Master KG recently took to social media to reveal that his smash hit Jerusalema. The song has helped people throughout the world beat the Covid-19 blues away by participating in the #Jerusalema Challenge. The song has continued to fly the SA flag very high in the world.

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The epic song features Mzansi songstress Nomcebo Zikode on vocals. The Limpopo-born musician took to Twitter on Wednesday evening, 14 October to share the good news with his followers. The artist wrote:

"Jerusalema is now double platinum in Italy."

The star's fans have flooded his comment section on the micro-blogging app to congratulate him on the song's latest achievement. One fan @lindani_miya said:

"Hello SAMA awards organisers, do you see this?"

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