Boity and Maps show Mzansi what couple goals really look like

Boity and Maps show Mzansi what couple goals really look like

- Boity sets new couple goals with Maps while celebrating World Champagne Day

- As the face of Moët & Chandon Champagne we can guess what brand of bubbly she was drinking

- Maps is just as masterful playing the social media game as Boity is and is good at keeping us entertained

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Boity Thulo and Maps Maponyane are a textbook example of "it's complicated" when it comes to relationships but they never fail to disappoint when setting new couple goals.

Their social media posts regularly stun their fans and this latest one is no different.

The couple celebrated World Champagne Day with some bubbly on a rooftop with some of her friends.

As the face of Moët & Chandon Champagne, we can guess what they were drinking. The last time the couple set goals was when they were kitted out in nautical themed clothes.

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Boity and Maps set new couple goals for Mzansi on World Champagne Day. Photo credit: Instagram/boity
Boity and Maps share some bubble and set new couple goals. Photo credit: Instagram/boity
Source: Instagram

Maps is an inspiration to many South Africans and his social media posts are always entertaining, showing that he is not just a good entertainer but has a good head on his shoulders.

Earlier, reported that Boity jumped onto Instagram to share some lush photos with her followers. The star posted the pics in honour of Flashback Friday and World Champagne Day and reminisced on a trip she took to France in 2019.

Boity took a trip to the Champagne region last year and, from the look of the pictures, was treated to a lavish time. The international travel happened before the global pandemic which just makes the memories seem that much sweeter.

The star is clearly hoping that international travel has opened up fully by 2021 as she expressed that she has plans to recreate the trip next year. Boity credited champagne brand Moët & Chandon for making her trip the memorable adventure it was.

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In other news, Boitumelo 'Boity' Thulo has proved, once again, that she can do anything she sets her mind to. The performer may have arrived late to the Hip Hop/Rap game but she's gone from strength to strength ever since.

The star has just added a Gold plaque to her collection. Boity's track Utatakho Remix was awarded the Gold status which means she now has two plaques to her name.

Boity's managed to accumulate the awards in just three years of her career and has promised fans she will keep hustling for as long as she can.

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